Turkish architects Sinan Gunay and Mustafa Bulgur have gone beyond just foreseeing a watery doom for mankind. This inventive duo has actually conceptualized a secondary city at 70 meters above sea level for the marooned populace.
The design proposes a new landscape called City(e)scape. It would be attached to the skyscrapers from the existing cities thereby creating a new physical space comprising a series of cubic structures and pathways hung between buildings. The city can grow in any direction up, down, right and left along the existing skyscrapers thereby creating ever new communities.
Elevated above the water some of the structures would be specifically designed for food production and water storage.