Georges Kachaamy’s Rising Oases Float in the Air Defying Gravity

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© Georges Kachaamy. Image by Karim Khayati & Karl Abi Karam

© Georges Kachaamy. Image by Karim Khayati & Karl Abi Karam

Although James Blish’s “Cities in Flight” was not the first attempt to combine architecture and anti-gravity technology, it was in this book series that we can see it prevailing on an urban scale. Throughout its evolution, architecture has crawled out of caves, settled on grounds, climbed on pilotis, floated on water, stood high, and even danced. Now many argue that it is high time for it to move forward and assume some of its multi-directional and forthcoming probabilities.

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