Amsterdam, MVRDV WoZoCos

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    1. Jonas N 83 months ago | reply

      I don't think I'd dare to live there.

      I have to wonder how good move it is to attract residents.

      But sure, some people probably think it's all just looking cool and not about the structure. :-S

    2. Adam-H 83 months ago | reply

      this picture and the building are cool

      but you diggers are fucking retarded

      864876th digg comment! omg im so special!

    3. Jonas N 83 months ago | reply

      Besides, just to piss people off, I'm also from Digg this time. ;-)
      And I'm so damn cool for coming from that place. Ha! :-p

    4. Vulture. 83 months ago | reply

      I wouldn't trust living in one of those apartments

    5. karmacartel 83 months ago | reply

      what the hell, this can't be real

    6. slayer.nine 83 months ago | reply

      wtf, blueprints anyone?

    7. AL Mc DB [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      Craziest residential building ever?

      check Our Montreal Architecture Habitat 67

      Gives yours a run for its money

      www.habitat67.com/concept_en.html

      upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e3/Habitat_panorama.jpg

    8. Gee off 83 months ago | reply

      i wonder if it has a glass bottom so you can watch people below you like those boat rides

    9. hcarlgolden 83 months ago | reply

      i think it is cool I would live there

    10. .bn. 83 months ago | reply

      this is hilarious

    11. Colin VonHeindel 83 months ago | reply

      most recent digg comment as of 11:35 PM EST

    12. mouser58907 83 months ago | reply

      needs a glass floor

      58th digg comment.

    13. flickr.roger 83 months ago | reply

      I wasn't going to comment but then I noticed that there were other people who also saw this photo on digg.com and I felt an unnerving compulsion to announce to the rest of the world that I also saw this on digg.com. digg.com.

      P.S. I saw this on digg.com.

      Thank you (especially you digg.com, you know who you are),
      Roger -- guy who looks at digg.com.

      Signature: digg.com

    14. slackwaresubgenius [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      Shame the overhangs don't move around the building, that would be cool
      60th Digg comment :)

    15. drNumLock 83 months ago | reply

      Nice building. The idea didnt come out of nowhere either, but is a sound answer to the local building regulations and the demands of the building task. Sometimes restrictions and wishes produces unexpected answer.

      www.cse.polyu.edu.hk/~cecspoon/lwbt/Case_Studies/Wozoco/W...

    16. bamapachyderm 82 months ago | reply

      I'd hate to live in the apartments directly below the overhangs--it would be too dark all the time. Over them would be cool, if you could use the "roof" as a patio, though. :)

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      http://digg.com/ (?)

    17. ecAr20 82 months ago | reply

      Ok people its a cantilever...check into it. And yes it is a real project by MVRDV in the Netherlands. I wish more architecture would inspire this much response.

      dugg it

    18. Yosef Silver - This American Bite 78 months ago | reply

      That's not photoshop, is it?

    19. devbasu@rogers.com 75 months ago | reply

      That's some crazy architecture! its the sort of thing you see on
      science tv shows

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