This is a project for a Center for Applied Computer Research and Programming by the great Emilio Ambasz, in Las Promesas, just outside Mexico City. I have no idea if this was ever built, as I found it in a vintage issue of Domus that I payed hard earned yen in the super snob specialist bookshops where Angelo dragged me to in Harajuku. (very long sentence). Anyway the issue is from May 1975, and it describes the building as the ultra fabulous original idea that it is. The offices are floating in a little Emilio-made lagoon and are reconfigurable work areas. When you decide how and where you want them, you unfloat them and they sit still in the water. Later you can fill their floatation tanks with air again, and your office space will be free to move around in the lagoon, and also it somehow makes ecological sense though I didnt really read the whole text.The two surrounding walls are a solar energy panel and a computer message display wall. A machine condenses water and makes little fluffy clouds and a rainbow. Little metallic windmills make pretty, and I think energy too. But what totally sold me was the maquette out of tin foil and cotton clouds and thats why I had to pay so much for such an old magazine and I'm so happy to spread the love.