Tuesday, 15 July 2008

'The Wave' - A-Cero Architects

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Designed by A-Cero Architects of Madrid for a site in, where else, Dubai -- The Wave links its slender 'stems' together in a 'torsional wrap' to give movement to what will be the tallest structure designed by Spanish architects, and what's being called the world's first 'sea-scraper.' 'Floor plans' are below.

1590_4_1000 A-Cero Wave 4

6 comments:

  1. Stunning.

    Mark Hubbard

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  2. Elijah

    Do you still think Dubai is such a bad place to live?

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  3. Looks really impressive!

    Do you know how tall it's going to be, PC?

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  4. "what will be the tallest structure designed by Spanish architects"

    LOL! What next, "The world's smallest structure designed by New Zealand First party members"?

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  5. Tres impressive. Someone must've started up specialised tours of the new buildings in Dubai by now, almost worth a trip just to check em out.

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