Friday, 11 May 2012

I say: pretty cool!

And it gets even cooler if you know the story behind this building - the Nakagin Capsule Tower (Kisho Kurokawa, 1972), which was created to house traveling businessmen, was the first capsule architecture design. It's quite a prototype for sustainable and recyclable architecture, as each module apparently can be plugged into the central core and be replaced or exchanged when necessary. How cool is that?! (for more info see the related article on archdaily)



via archdaily (author unknown)

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