In the future, people looking for "holistic, ultra-green lifestyle" will live in dreamy wonderlands like Lace Hill - a beautiful, elvish-like, completely self-sufficient gigantic "biomorphic spatial surface". Good. I'll keep surviving on cocktails and pizza in Gotham City.
I've to admit, however, that the 83,600sqm Lace Hill, designed by Forrest Fulton for the city of Yereman, Armenia, is spectacular. [Archdaily]