Dubbed “Crystal Laputa,” the “floating” high-end complex centers on three modular edifices—a pair of 30-story, 100-meter towers, and one 20-level, 70-meter podium—linked together by a string of elevated roads, walkways, and bridges. Sheathed in glass and insulated metal, the buildings’ textured facades—though apparently random in configuration—are formed by “a series of interlocking units with occasional rotated floorplans,” created to avoid reflecting the jejune aesthetic of uniform, flat-faceted structures. Every “Crystal” home—accessible via a personal elevator that leads into a garden entryway—is blessed with 270-degree scenic views and accompanied by at least one car parking space (depending on their apartments’ square-footage, tenants may be granted a second spot). Each equipped with an outdoor pool, the penthouses showcase large private terraces seamlessly blended with communal interior spaces (i.e. living rooms and family rooms). While only some denizens will relish the convenience of docking their boats at marinas directly beneath their buildings, the entire community will enjoy use of a private fleet of on-site water taxis, which will allow residents to easily navigate and explore the glittering expanse at their leisure.