I saw this a few weeks ago and found that the idea of leveraging our real estate below ground level is an intriguing one. I’ve travelled to cities around the world where, due to smog levels, governments and companies are exploring cleaner spaces below. In cities with high pollution levels, like Hong Kong and Beijing, underground complexes could make for healthier commutes to work.
The biggest drawback most people think of when looking at expanding below ground is that it won’t be visually appealing. But wait! Check out this video: