Planning Korea has taken an ambitious stab at envisioning the kind of architecture it hopes could help transform Paris into the world's most sustainable city. Its concept -- called L'air Nouveau de Paris or 'New Paris Air' is pretty out there and consists of a cluster of towers with egg-shaped heads.
The complex comprises massive egg-shaped metallic spheres supported by long stems of different heights. The towers would include residential accommodation, office spaces, hotels and commercial facilities, with movement between each 'egg' made seamless by a network of interconnected bridges.
Planning Korea does say these egg-inspired towers will be eco-friendly although it hasn't exactly revealed how.
This concept does seem pretty insane and alluring at the same time so it'll be interesting to see if it ever comes to fruition.