The Plusone Honeycomb by SAKO Architects in Shenzhen

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Dec 25, 2009 • References: & archdaily
The Plusone Honeycomb by SAKO Architects is a stunning building in Shenzhen, China with an incredibly unique design. The white walls in the interior are filled with even-sized holes that look but very similar to something you might see scuba diving along a coral reef. Depending who you ask, the porous walls could also remind someone of Swiss cheese.

The Plusone Honeycomb is targeted at young people between 20-35 years old, hence its hip decor. The loft-style complex includes a restaurant, cinema, stores and a skating rink. Click any image in the gallery to see it in more detail. Stats for Swiss Cheese Architecture Trending: Older & Mild
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