31 Mar '16, 8pm

Soaring skyscrapers transform barren desert into a life-giving oasis

An interesting new design proposal imagines a future in North Africa that is no longer defined by conflict and desertification , but of cultural diversity and abundance. Eric Randall Morris and Galo Canizares envision The Valley of the Giants, a series of tall, skinny cylindrical structures that carry all of the elements necessary to turn a barren desert into a life-giving

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/soaring-skyrapers-transform-barren-d...

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inhabitat.com 31 Mar '16, 5am

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defense.gov 31 Mar '16, 5pm

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inhabitat.com 25 Mar '16, 2pm

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