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Exhibition: Open the Tower

Exhibition: Open the Tower
Open the Tower Exhibition
Open the Tower Exhibition

Our friends from the Iceland Design Centre Blog shared with us this interesting news. Open the Tower exhibits 676 models in a scale of 1:1000 designed by Eurohigh. The project was led by architect Winy Maas, Alexander Sverdlov and Ania Molenda of The Why Factory in collaboration with KRADS and supported by Lego and Arup.

The exhibition is the result of a 2-month-long research period on the ultimate European skyscraper, and the models are presented in a grid of 26 linear iterations. This exhibition is on display at the Tu Delft Faculty of Architecture. This work will continue until January 2012 and it will be in continous exhibition until February 2012.

More images after the break. Original article: http://blog.icelanddesign.is/krads-open-the-tower/.

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Sebastian Jordana
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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Exhibition: Open the Tower" 24 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/187007/exhibition-open-the-tower/> ISSN 0719-8884
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