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Alabama-based architectural firm Forrest Fulton designed a 900,000 sqf building that resembles a mountain in Yerevan, Armenia. The biomorphic building consists of a structural lattice that connects the city and landscape to the project. The hill is covered with regional plants and it is accessible to pedestrians as a leisure park. From the top there are excellent views to Mt. Ararat in Turkey.

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Among the many green elements, the project has a water collection and treatment plants that provide irrigation to the entire complex. The center of the building is hollow to allow sunlight to every space and to create a giant cooling system. The building will be used for commercial, cultural, and recreational activities.

Via Archdaily & Inhabitat

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