Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut believes that in the future is could go floating from one place to another in a giant Eco-dirigible, a project that he himself has been responsible for creating it has the advantage of friend of the environment and do not produce harmful greenhouse gases. These Eco-dirigibles are known by the name of hydrogenase and the project combines engineering and biology and is inspired by biomimicry, which is nothing more than technology design inspired by models of nature and existing it systems. It is evident that this architect is not someone lacking in imagination, since the ecological aircraft from Callebaut has impressive 400 meters of height, 180 meters wide and it is powered by a biofuel from algae. Similarly, also has eight compartments that lie within a protective skin made of canvas and glass and which is also responsible for providing fuel bio-hydrogen, of course-, is also a large enough space for passengers. But this is not only a floating theme park, Callebaut believes that his ship can help with humanitarian missions or scientific studies, as well as they can also be hotels for housing and entertainment. According to this Belgian architect, the Eco-dirigibles can reach a maximum speed of 175 kilometers per hour and an altitude of 6,500 meters. When landing, the ship is docked in a floating organic farm that recycles CO2 (carbon dioxide).

Like the aircraft, the organic farm is totally powered by several fully renewable alternative energy sources, using solar panels and turbines. These extraordinary Callebaut plans is what he calls a prototype of biotechnology and they are currently on display in the Pavilion of the future at Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China. Hydrogenase is the latest in an impressive portfolio of ideas influenced by the ecology of the future could look like. In 2008 plans were drawn up for a floating Ecopolis aimed to save to the refugees climate, and in 2007 the perfumed jungle try to imagine a building in a vast forest in the central coast of Hong Kong.