Sky Walk
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The Dolní Morava tower Sky Walk by Zdenek Franek is a conceptual building, and it offers visitors an intense sensation of walking in the clouds and an experience of a space above the landscape. There are various attractions including a slide, nets and nests in the building for those who seek adventure or entertainment. The entrance building is of a slightly oval shape much like a rowboat. Its construction is made of glued wooden beams set into a wooden grid supported by columns. The architectural approach was for the building to blend with it’s unique surrounding rather then to disturb it. This was the reason for using wood for the major part of the construction, and making the rails and mounts as subtle as possible.
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Akiko Masunaga
マスナガデザイン部/Art director/Designer/O型/乙女座
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