Underwater cities? Aerial highways? This isn't just the stuff of your imagination, or so claims Samsung's SmartThings Future of Living Report.
The report details different ways cities will change 100 years from now with breakthroughs in technology like space travel and drones.
Here are 7 ways cities will change in the next century:
More advanced building materials could allow us to construct massive cities above the ground, complete with aerial highways and elevated pedestrian streets.
Conventional concrete reinforcements will be replaced by carbon nanotubes cement composite, making buildings 16 times stronger, the report states. Steel cables will be replaced by diamond nanothreads, providing a resistance that is 100 times greater.
These massive new projects will be made more possible by using robotic arms and remotely controlled drones, which as the report notes are already being tested by Google for their new campus.
Further proof that buildings are only going to get taller can be seen by the construction of buildings like The Bride in Iraq.
That building, pictured above, is set to become the tallest building in the world at 3,779 feet, or about 350 stories high.
"These architectural advances will act as a catalyst for further changes," the report reads.
"Drone cars" could fly between the different levels of a high-rise building.
The E-Hang, an autonomous drone featured at the Consumer Electronics Show this year (pictured above), could serve such a purpose.
This system would replace elevators, meaning buildings would have open floor plans since they won't need to accommodate a lift, according to the report.
But we may not only build up! The report envisions we will also see subterranean structures called Earth Scrapers in 100 years.
The report references a planned Earthscraper for Mexico City (pictured above) as similar to what we will see in 100 years. The Mexico City Earthscraper would be an upside-down, 65-story pyramid with a hollowed out center to ensure each floor gets light and ventilation.
We haven't heard anything about this project since the schematics were released in 2011 though.
And we could even begin to see aquatic homes!
These sub-aquatic communities could draw energy from the waves, the report says. Advances in solar power could also help power these communities.
Drones might be able to carry heavy loads, like holiday homes, so you can travel around the world.
Moveable homes will become more normal in 100 years, the report claims, which is something American company Kasita is trying to accomplish this year.
The report also theorizes that colonies will first be established on Mars and then other inhabitable planets.
These space communities could emerge as asteroid mining becomes a viable commercial enterprise, the report notes.
The report also states we will be able to travel to distant planets the same way Dr. Who does (via Worm Holes), allowing us to expand throughout the galaxy.