The Lacy Hill is Inspired by Traditional Lace Needlework

 - May 12, 2010
References: forrestfulton & psfk
The Lacy Hill is what it looks like, except that it is entirely man-made. Look closer and you'll understand why its main descriptor is 'lacy.' Inspired by Armenian lace needlework, it also mimics its hilly surroundings in Yerevan, Armenia.

Conceived by Forest Fulton Architects, the Lacy Hill is definitely a unique sight to behold. Entirely covered in plants, it will not only be home to retail shops, restaurants, hotels and offices, it also welcomes insects and animals. This eco-friendly habitat will also absorb heat via plant-life, and recycled water will be used to irrigate the building.