Gran Meditteraneo is set to be a visionary new skyscraper in Tel Aviv, Israel. Although it looks entirely conceptual, the futuristic design will be constructed out of white concrete in just a short period of time. Although many people will be taken with the fluid organic aesthetic of the plan, Gran Meditteraneo impresses on many functional levels as well.
Designed by French architect David Tajchman, the Gran Meditteraneo will house everything from an automated parking garage to bars, restaurants and even a farming space. With large windows and native vegetation, the futuristic building will stand out in a visually striking way. Of course, the Gran Meditteraneo will also have apartments for people to live in, adding to the grandeur of the space in an accessible way.
Gran Meditteraneo Boasts Automated Parking and Farming Spaces
Meghan Young — April 11, 2016 — Art & Design
References: davidtajchman & mymodernmet