This project was submitted for the 2016 international Laka Competition, and was one of the top 30 finalists considered in the competition. Done in partnership with Natalie Madden, the goal of this project was to create an architecture that reacted to a problem faced by our society. We chose to focus on sea level rise in the future, and how humans could potentially build floating cities in response to this. In particular, I worked on the digital side of the project, including the 3D modeling, digital line work for all of the graphics, and the graphic presentation. This design was an integration of planning, architecture, and ecology to create an idea for a self-sustained, water based, city design. The final submission included a statement of the project proposal and competition board. Additionally, we constructed multiple study models that explored the relationship of buildings and islands within the project.