The project is based on a new concept of"zero gravity urbanism," which is the idea of layering city functions vertically, while enabling inhabitants to move seamlessly in three directions (up, down, and across)
With a reduced infrastructure footprint, The Line will have no roads, cars or emissions, running on 100% renewable energy with 95% of land preserved for nature.
The city is built to focus on health and well-being over transportation and infrastructure.
The tourist attraction of TROJENA in Saudi Arabia is 50 kilometres from the shore of the Gulf of Aqaba and is a component of the nation's massive NEOM project
It is about to undergo major transformations in preparation for the 2029 Asian Winter Games.
Saudi Arabia is constructing the Oxagon, a floating metropolis it claims will revolutionise the global industrial sector, somewhere around the Red Sea, close to the Suez Canal.
Oxagon will have a distinctive octagonal shape with part of the development on land and a large section protruding into the Red Sea.