The Village of Tomorrow consists of a variety of tiles arranged in any of a number of possible ways. Each tile (one of the equilateral triangles) is 840 feet on a side. The Starfield Valley design has them fitted into six living hexagons around a wilderness hexagon. The three petal sections in the corners can also be configured in any of a number a ways, and were designed as being somewhat easier to construct on the Moon. They can serve as living areas, manufacturing areas, or other special purpose areas. Each tile edge is constructed such that a “street” approximately 25 feet wide connects the hexagonal hubs at each corner of the tiles. Slide walks like those found in airports allow for ease of transit between hubs without passing through any given tile.
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To learn how to actually build a Village of Tomorrow, click here.