Although it's only a concept, this campus building designed by Geotectura and Malka Architects would be like no other. Lifted high into the sky by a zeppelin, students would be able see the world and learn about architecture from different perspectives. The designers describe the experience as “more than a building - a way of life,” that will encourage architecture students to question everything. Teachers and students could mess around in the lecture halls, offices, auditorium, library, and restaurant inside the flying structure, which claims to leave a minimal footprint on the environment. Even though it's totally far-fetched, it's still a pretty neat idea.