Jetson Green: Escraper


Preston, green ninja master over at Jetson Green, writes:

Imagine you are tasked with creating an innovative skyscraper that takes into consideration historical and social context, the existing urban fabric, human scale, and the environment. Your skyscraper design can take any height or shape on any site in the world, but it must be technologically feasible and environmentally responsible. Any ideas? Evolo Architecture held a skyscraper competition with the above constraints and announced three winners and six mentions. Of those nine, Daekwon Park has received some attention in the last week. It’s a pretty interesting concept. I also like the escraper by Sohta Mori and Yuichiro Minato.

Click here to read read the rest of this article [this is just an excerpt] over at Jetson Green.


::article written by Philip, writer for our ninja Preston’s green blog Jetson Green – original article entitled Escraper, Imbuing Green in Vertical Design. These articles from Jetson Green on MNP’s Green Tuesdays are part of a feature you can find here every week – just click any Tuesday in the calender and enjoy! And for more ‘green’ news + info, head on over to Green.MNP::

Posted: April 1st, 2008
at 5:17am by orangemenace

Categories: architecture,green arch,towering pagodas

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