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'Atlantic Yards: Five Proposals' pictures

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Perhaps the most radical proposal comes from OPerA Studio Architecture. The so-called "Garden in the Machine" proposal uses dramatic sloping rooflines to try and fit the massive development into the low-lying areas nearby. The largest buildings are near Atlantic Terminal, where additional space makes it better suited to high-rise developments.

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    09-07-2014 08:09 AM marian.sabry :
    Why squares, rectangles, triangles, and curves? Concrete, steel, glass? All cold dead materials?

    Its sooooooo done. Nothing about the pictures is original. Nothing is on a human scale. No other animals (except pigeons, rats and roaches ) will want to live there, why should humans?

    Why not fractals, waves, and natural, organic shapes? Why not living structures? Why not habitats, why not an ecosystem designed specifically for human habitation?
  • #2
    09-08-2014 01:31 PM Abed :
    Dayum, sun! I’m stuck with two cheapo 4.2.2 devices, so there’s no update for me, so how would I know it is out already? I thought all those articles about the "myriad of changes" were just announcements, meaning it will release in a few days :P
  • #3
    09-08-2014 02:10 PM Matt :
    The South Korean company said Samsung devices “demonstrated compliance with over one hundred unique requirements, ranging from encryption to intrusion detection to key exchange to support for secure networking standards.”

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