During the 14th century the city of Antwerp commissioned the construction of a new cathedral. But the city ran out of money and construction was brought to a halt. While the structure did meet functionality, it unfortunately lost one of the towers planned in its original design. This absence has left an overhanging sense of incompleteness to the building, but a competition called “Designing the Absent” challenged designers to generate a new idea to fill this void. I love this beautiful organic and self-sufficient solar powered eco tower design by Tim Hobbelman and Chris Idema.
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