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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Pretty incredible to think that the Mirador could become a more widspread idea to combat urban sprawl. I wonder how it would feel to live in a compact building like that though. For those of us with fear of heights- I imagine it could feel a little strange- but I'm all for this type of innovation. Really cool. Have you seen the narrowest house in the world? Seems like a great solution for this vertical city: http://www.good.is/posts/narrowest-house-in-the-world

    • Jepranshu Aganivanshi

      Yeah, its pretty much incredible. Imagine a situation when the inhabitants of these vertical cities will not be able to touch the ground for weeks(the city facilities are being provided within). That would be totally against the basic living values of the race of humanity. Future will definitely see these concept being implemented, but there aspects and factors involved has to be studied at a wider level.