The structure called Ziggurat will reside close to one million individuals and will be self-sustainable with all of nature-energy resources. Similar to the pyramids of the Mayans and also Egyptians, this latest structure in Dubai is a tremendous; it will eventually cover 2 .3 square kilometers (0 .88 square miles) and will be able to support a community of up to one million individuals. The “Ziggurat” is named after the temple towers of the historic Mesopotamian valley, a terraced pyramid structure with successively receding stories. It will likely be a carbon-neutral structure.
Based upon the International Institute for the Urban Environment, the technologies integrated into the Ziggurat development will make it a possible metropolis. Timelinks has already patented the design and technology employed in this project. The building is green which is to be operated by solar, wind as well as natural sources which are suitable for running fully off the grid, based on Timelinks, a Dubai-based pioneering environmental design company who is actually responsible for this building. The building also delivers an efficient public transportation system which can run horizontally and vertically.