Bluarch's Entropic Inhabitation is a Mean Green Residential Tower

By: JDurhamII - Published: Mar 27, 2011 • References: worldarchitecturenews & designbuzz
Bluarch's Entropic Inhabitation is the latest environmentally friendly residential tower. Boasting the latest green technology and superior architectural design, this eye-catching skyscraper is sure to appear in major cities all over the world.

The Entropic Inhabitation is comprised of three super columns that act as cores; solar panels and wind turbines in all unoccupied units maximize every inch of available space. The units move from tower to tower in an entropic narrative; this enables the building to be fully self-reliant and cost-effective.

Although the Entropic Inhabitation is just a concept, given the green features and cost-cutting design, we should see it come to fruition very soon. Stats for Mirrored Eco Skyscrapers Trending: Older & Chilly
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