The proposed Taichung City Cultural Center by SANE Architecture has received much praise recently at the 2014 MIPIM future awards. The design is extremely modern and futuristic, and looks like it was inspired by the popular game Jenga.
Each floor of the potential Taichung City Cultural Center juts out, so the building refuses to take on the traditional, rectangular shape. It also looks like much glass would be used for the design, ensuring light is constantly streaming throughout the building, which would be used for a public library as well as a museum. Moreover, the design is also eco-friendly, and energy for the building would come from wind going through a specific system attached to the structure, which would also make it less costly to light. Photo Credits: designboom, sanearchitecture
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