World of Chlorophyll / IAMZ Design Studio

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World of Chlorophyll, a project by IAMZ Design Studio, is an idea for a conceptual skyscraper containing the form of residential units in the near future. Their main concept involves the units taking the form of leaves, stemming mainly from the columns, based upon all residential units. This way, the building mimics nature, and in conformity with it, also makes for an easy configuration. More images and architects’ description after the break.

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With the main functions of the project including commercial, residential, administrative, hotel and entertainment, they also made sure to implement environmental considerations. These features included natural ventilation with the penetration of sunlight through the units and the creation of indirect lighting.

Architects: IAMZ Design Studio, Ahmed Elseyofi
Location: , United States
Classification Project: Conceptual
Plot Size: 3000 square meters

 

Cite: Furuto, Alison. "World of Chlorophyll / IAMZ Design Studio" 11 Apr 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=224535>
  • Mac Bur

    First photo is actually from Warsaw not New York.

  • http://infiniteinterior.tumblr.com Julius Jääskeläinen

    Beautiful three dimensional maze but sadly makes no economical, structural, environmental or functional sense. Plus, the metabolists and archigram did this 50 years ago.

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  • Andy Smith

    Seems pretty purposeless. Not really sure how it works structurally or why it would need to since both form and function are lacking. Worthless.

  • Ohoud

    Nakagin Capulse Tower. Kisho Kurokawa. 21st century style