We often imagine humanity's future in space, but what about in the unexplored depths of our own planet's oceans? These incredible concept designs offer visions of what our future water world might actually look like.

An undersea city from Out of Time: Designs for the Twentieth-Century Future, 1954

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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City under the sea, by Klaus Bürgle, 1964

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Undersea Horizons, by Robert McCall

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Cyberpunk City by nkabuto

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Atlantis, by BlueRogueVyse

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Rapture, a city from the BioShock video game series

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Alien City, by J. Carson

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

(via Discovery Enterprise)

Anno 2070

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

(via WallpaperUP)

Underground City, by nkabuto

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

(via nkabuto/DeviantArt)

Dabu's deep, by NikoKripton

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Water city by Andrea Susini

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

(via Digital Art Gallery)

A metropolis by aquarake

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

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Syph, Australia, designed by Arup Biometrics

Gorgeous Art Shows What Life Would Be Like in Cities Beneath the Sea

These jellyfish-inspired specialised structures function as a whole, with some pods being industrial, food producers, energy producers or residential.

(via Brisbane Architecture Blog)