Before it gets too late and the global warming demon eats away the nine islands of Tuvalu, the two South Korean architects have resolved to fight it with their invention of “Emergency Land”. The concept features an elevated structure embracing skyscrapers that would be house to 11,000 residents of the islands. The structure stands tall enough and way above the sea level to escape the melting glaciers that might submerge the islands into the Pacific Ocean in years to come. With an “arch-designed core” and funnel-shaped platforms, the structure can be elevated and the width be expanded when required.
Source: Colourless Design