The Granada Science Park in Spain needed an addition, so they looked to Carlos Ferrater and Jimenez Braza to make it happen. From the top, the building looks like a bunch of ski slopes or skateboard ramps. Below each is a 'program container' for the exhibits and functions that occur at that portion of the science park. The result is a building with huge flexibility and stunning good looks.
Implications - Due to overworked schedules and tedious day-to-day responsibilities, many consumers no longer have the time to spend outdoors and participating in energetic activities. Businesses that can provide consumers with similar experiences or feelings in an urbanized dwelling will appeal to many as it will contribute to restoring disconnected feelings from the environment.
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