City Of Telosa, Future City In The Desert
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Have you heard about the innovative future city of America called, Telosa?
Telosa is a proposed utopian planned US city conceived by American billionaire Marc Lore and announced in September 2021. The project has a target population of 5 million people by 2050, with the first phase of construction expected to house 50,000. The location had initially not been chosen, with the project’s planners intending for the city to be built on cheap land in Appalachia or the American West desert.
The name Telosa is derived from the Ancient Greek word telos, in this case meaning “purpose”.
Telosa was conceived by former Walmart president and billionaire Marc Lore. In a statement announcing his resignation from Walmart, Lore expressed his desire to construct a “city of the future” based on a “reformed version of capitalism”. Lore refers to his design philosophy for the city as “Equitism”, which he states is “a new model for society, where wealth is created in a fair way… It’s not burdening the wealthy; it’s not increasing taxes. It is simply giving back to the citizens and the people the wealth that they helped create”.
Lore has hired the architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), owned by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, to handle the proposed city’s master planning.
In the video published on July 12, 2022, by City of Telosa, as “City of Telosa – Introduction“, below:
What does the city of tomorrow look like? Neither a mirage in the desert haze nor Elon Musk’s latest plan to colonize Mars. For billionaire Marc Lore, it’s eco-friendly buildings constructed from scratch and spread across some 150,000 acres in the Southwest desert! Millionaire Marc Lore’s design for Telosa, a proposed desert city in the United States, was unveiled in September 2021. The goal of this project is to build a fairer, more environmentally friendly future city that may serve as a model for coming generations. Marc Lore wants to bring together and blend the best qualities found in many places throughout the world. Telosa will likely be as dynamic and diverse as New York, with the effectiveness, cleanliness, and safety of Tokyo, as well as the wonderful social services and government model of Stockholm. It would be the world’s fairest, most welcoming, and inclusive metropolis. By 2050, this megacity project hopes to host 5 million people, with 50,000 of them moving in during the initial stage of building. The project’s finalized site is still to be determined. The city will be built somewhere in one of the US’s desert regions, according to the Project’s planners.
American Billionaire Marc Lore has set out to build a city of the future that embodies equity, diversity, and inclusion. Telosa City is planned to be built in a dessert region of USA, likely Utah, and it is estimated to cost $400 billion. Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and his firm Bjarke Ingels Group conceptualized the master plan for the future city of Telosa. Join us today as we explore this new upcoming city in America, that will set a global standard for urban living. For more Mega Construction & Megaproject content be sure to subscribe to Billion Dollar Builds. Thanks for watching this video. #megaprojects #construction #engineering
In the video published on Dec. 13, 2022, by High Technology, as “America’s INSANE Future Megacity: Telosa City“, below:
0:00 Introducing Telosa
1:35 Conceptualizing the City
2:20 Development And Construction
4:15 Cost And Funding
4:54 Different features of the city
7:33 Equity and Governance
In the video published on Sep 9, 2022, by Billion Dollar Builds, as “America’s INSANE New City Of The Future“, below:
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