Sunday, September 8, 2013

Epic Miscalculation

You'd think an experienced architect of massive buildings would learn from his previous mistakes and would not build towers with parabolic reflective surfaces that would create death-rays of focused sunlight torrid enough to set things like luxury cars on fire. Well that is exactly what happened with Uruguay born architect Rafael Viñoly's latest skyscraper in London. Although he blames it on the unexpected number of sunny days in London due to global warming, he should stop following the building trend he started, and do more simulations before building fire-breathing dragon's of buildings. No?

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