The Bone Conceptual Building proposes a compelling solution for enabling high-density urban living, for increasing eco-friendly construction and for offering domestic privacy. What you see here is a suggestion to essentially stack separate housing units one on top of the other, spacing them out so that they're actually detached units.
Paik Kunil's steel mega columns rise up as the bare skeleton of the towers, able to support prefabricated dwellings in different arrangements and orientations. Each abode appears to be shelved, along with its little private yard and pool on the same rung. The upper stories benefit from expansive views and everyone experiences the advantage of reduced sound transmission and vibration from neighbors. For anyone in the Bone Conceptual Building who might like more isolation, his flat can be disassembled and reassembled as a single home just about anywhere.
Stacked Detached Apartments
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Environmentally Adaptable Architecture
Hollow Apartment Buildings
Plug-In Condo Complexes
Architecture Nestled in Nature
Multi-Story Urban Farms