I searched online and found it here, in the Metro Vancouvers's online paper. In this underwater skyscraper, you would work, eat, sleep and run electricity in and from the same structure. It uses solar, water and wind energy for power. The Metro calls the structure a "floating city". The floating city was designed by a Malaysian architect Adre Sarkum. I understand the wanting to be green and I think it would be great to wake up next to blue water with fish swimming by, and to wake up and take a nice big stretch in the sun while having the ocean by my side, but ultimately, I feel like what we'd be doing is just contaminating more of the earth. Its as if we've used up so much space on the earth and so much of her resources, that now we are moving to the water. I'm all for solar, wind and water energy but isn't this us just taking up more space?? Spreading ourselves and more of our manmade structures out into nature to, inevitably, pollute more of the planet? And I wonder how this would effect the fish and the other marine life. Its not like they would know what a metal underwater skyscraper was. Wouldn't the metal rust as well? Would certain cleaners need to be used on it, like to clean a boat? I don't know how anyone would be able to move an underwater city from the water, and then place it back in. Would chemical leach back into the ocean? The article says that the underwater skyscraper is something that is currently being worked on. I hope its not anytime soon. How would you like to live in a floating city?