There’s A Proposal To Build 1,000 Ft Walls Around An Excavated Central Park
Designers Yitan Sun and Jianshi Wu want to make New York’s Central Park available to more people by digging down to the bedrock of the park. The idea is to create a 1000-feet tall, 100-feet deep mega structure that provides a total floor area of 7 square miles, which is about 80 times greater than the Empire State Building.
“Central Park, a 1.3 sq. mile urban park, [gives] New Yorkers a chance to escape the busy urban life. However, only a fraction of them can enjoy [it]”
The 1000-ft tall, 100-ft deep mega structure [would provide] a total floor area of 7 sq. miles, which is ~ 80 times greater than the Empire State Building
To make it available to more people, designers want to dig down to reveal the bedrock beneath Central Park
Its highly reflective glass on all sides would create an illusion of infinity – giving birth to a New Horizon
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