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Ski Slope Architecture
The Granada Science Park is an Angled Marvel


By: Going Like Sixty (Superstar) Dec 13, 08
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The Granada Science Park in Spain needed an addition, so they looked to Carlos Ferrater and Jimenez Braza to make it happen. From the top, the building looks like a bunch of ski slopes or skateboard ramps. Below each is a ‘program container’ for the exhibits and functions that occur at that portion of the science park. The result is a building with huge flexibility and stunning good looks.



Source: designboom
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