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Samowystarczalna jednostka pływająca (8)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community.A diagram of the ocean route it could take Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community.Diagram shows much of the vessel is hidden below water Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community.Wave power harvesting Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community compared in size to a tanker and cruise liner Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10016 Flolony 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Hov Rising sea levels means that future generations looking towards the world???s oceans as a habitat.A team of designers and architects has images a huge structure, which looks more like a floating piece of rock.Called Flolony , it is a 29 deck-housing unit in a marine environment, where a community of 6,810 people including 930 crew, individuals can live all or part of their lives on the open sea. The unit, 395 metres / 1,297 feet long, is autonomous and, according to its potential configurations and equipment, it can operate independently for periods varying from a few months to several years. Speed would be around nine knots / 10 miles / 16.6 kilometres an hourPower would be generated using ocean thermal energy conversion, solar power and wave power.It would be used to produce food through traditional and fish farming.As a proper community there would be an on-board school, workshops, play areas, green spaces, theatres and laboratories. It has been created to moving along marine routes within the temperate/equatorial zones and following the direction of the main ocean streams.Italy-based architecture and design company Hov came up with the concept which is 180.75 metres / 593 feet high. OPS: The Flolony concept ocean-going community. Picture supplied by Ferrari

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