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The frame of this narrow building slotted into the space between a pair of high-rise blocks was adapted by South Korean architect Moon Hoon to function as an urban greenhouse that will eventually be filled with plants.

The frame of this narrow building slotted into the space between a pair of high-rise blocks was adapted by South Korean architect Moon Hoon to function as an urban greenhouse that will eventually be filled with plants.

I like this but maybe I would keep it shaded of one color. Either blues, reds, or even purples.

I like this but maybe I would keep it shaded of one color. Either blues, reds, or even purples.

Embracing the rawness + imperfections of everyday LIFE and using it to creatively push the boundaries of what's possible -- with complete disregard of the consequences. YOU THE SHIT!!! New York, NY

Heavybit Industries / IwamotoScott Architecture © Bruce Damonte detail

Heavybit Industries / IwamotoScott Architecture © Bruce Damonte detail

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Don’t ever say this in my presence: “a pop of color” The cliche is so over. It’s been dead to me for a long time but it no one wants to let it go, even though those are the same people who killed it...

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