Space Station Suvarnabhumi



Suvarnabhumi is a lot like the Southeast Asian version of the legend of Atlantis. It was a golden kingdom, abundant in resources and a true paradise to live in. It is used today in Thailand as a concept of striving toward abundance and progress - so why wouldn't a post-scarcity (or semi-post scarcity) space city easily fit that description and earn the name, "Suvarnabhumi."

This is not actually done. It would be nice to fill up the inner ring of this Stanford Torus configured space station with a tranquil Southeast Asian landscape, mixed with ultra-tech, and maybe genetically engineered organisms to replicate the creatures of old Southeast Asian legend.

This was done in SketchUp, rendered in Vray, and touched up in GIMP.