Margot Krasojevi?'s architecture has been featured a number of times in New Atlas, and for good reason. The futuristic aesthetic as well as the eco and energy efficiency considerations she incorporates into her projects makes for some fascinating concepts. The latest project from her London-based practice is a crematorium, memorial space and – if the renderings are anything to go by – a skatepark.
From an offshore floating prison (which also generates power for the mainland) to a house which digs itself into the ground when a hurricane hits, and a sustainable hotel which moves with the tide, Krasojevi?'s otherworldly, parametric style is inspiring, sometimes confusing, but always mesmerizing.