A top-down view intends to evoke a naturalistic landscape filled with mountains and craters. The contours of the building also represent a nod to the preexisting lay of the land.
elegant use of material with what appears about 98% coverage. nice application of substrate tech. wonder how it will do in the rains and typhoons.
I am American, living in a city. I would TOTALLY dig living in a place like this!!! Why the heck can't we build this instead of the ugly brick faced, concreted in walls we build here?!?!?!?!
kinda reminds me of the inside of a cruiz ship :-) but i realllllllllllly like this design!
I think I see Logan 5 in the fore front of the first picture. Is image 5 where they observe Carousel?
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