Tammo Prinz Invents a Tetris-Like Architectural Design

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: tammoprinz & dezeen
Tammo Prinz imagines skyscrapers as a cube-like, stacked design with his latest submission for a competition to update a site in Lima, Peru. The futuristic look appears to take inspiration from the game Tetris, with blocks fitting intricately into one another.

According to Prinz, his design was based on Euclidean geometry, which can be continually added onto. Starting with one basic structure, such as the cube, everything is built out from there. Since this makes it easier to expand, the possibilities for a structure such as this are not unlimited, but plentiful. Tammo Prinz also sees the design as having plenty of window space, along with balconies not necessarily on the outside, but within the various geometric shapes. Stats for Stacked Cube Skyscrapers Trending: This Quarter & Average
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