This is another demonstration of the traditional Japanese building style but in a different format. This is a tower like building with several sections split by roofs. Therefore when considering the shape of my buildings I should also consider splitting them into sections such as this.
Reversible Destiny Lofts - Tokyo - Japan - 2005 - Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins - Small apartments complex built in 2005 in the Tokyo suburb of Mitaka, by New York-based Japanese artist Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins, that is anything but comfortable and calming. "People, particularly old people, shouldn't relax and sit back to help them decline", he insists.
When the Zombie Apocalypse finally arrives, the winding tower at Japan’s abandoned Shime coal mine is where you want to be. This stark, partially moss-covered concrete colossus has been abandoned for nearly a half century yet its moldering remains serve as a reminder of a harsh industrial past when coal fueled mighty engines of destruction