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Tree Trunk-Inspired Institutions
The Gehry University of Technology Sydney Lays its Roots

By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Dec 17, 10

The incredible Canadian architect is visiting Australia to plan for the construction of the Frank Gehry University of Technology Sydney. So far, these models depict roughly what the college construction project will look like, but one can see its inspiration has come from the form of our leafy friends.

Comprised of a number of merging organic-shaped brick shafts, the Gehry University of Technology Sydney will house the business school. With planned transitional and interactive spaces between the trunks’ gaps, this is yet another groundbreaking project by an imaginative architectural genius.

Photo Credits: Designboom

Source: notcot.org
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