Peter Root's 'Low-Rise' is a Life-Like City of Staples

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 24, 2009 • References: peterroot & gizmodo
I wish I had this much free time at work (Ha… I love my job). Peter Root (he wasn’t actually working while creating this) crafted this city of staples that he affectionately calls, ‘Low-Rise.’

The city looks to be so carefully crafted and the arrangement of the staples makes it seem really lifelike (in a futuristic, Matrix sort of way).

What makes ‘Low-Rise’ special is that mimics real life in its destructibility. In such an urban metropolis, any harm to one building could affect all the others. As ‘Low-Rise’ is subject to the elements, disaster could be just around the corner. Stats for Office Supply Architecture Trending: Older & Mild
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