The World's Future Megaprojects

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The United Arab Emirates have been on a construction spree in the past 10 years, like nothing the world has ever seen. And they are not even close to stopping. Truth is, we might see even more ambitious structures build in the future.

Architecture is changing, and we are now living in a contemporary era of design, where people live by the “Go Big or Go Home” premise. And we can see it happening right our very own eyes.

The documentary focuses on some of the most ambitious structures that are scheduled for building in the next 15 years. Most of them will be part of the United Arab Emirates. But there are also countries like Japan, China, and even France that are trying to get something enormous done. Check out the documentary, and see what can we expect in terms of architecture in the next 15 years.

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