There have been some interesting futuristic architectural designs as of late, but I have to say that the Ephemeral Roof Exchange is definitely one of the reigning ones out there. I'm surprised it only placed second in the Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facility Design Competition.
Conceived to be a transport hub in Hong Kong, the Ephemeral Roof Exchange was designed by Steven Ma Tze Chung, Wendy Fok Wei Yue and Dominik Strzelec. Offering three points of entry by sea, water and air, it is an impressive eco-structure that should be built somewhere in the world, at the very least.
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The Ephemeral Roof Exchange Places Second in Hong Kong Competition
- By: Meghan YoungMay 24, 2010