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South Korean Building Design Evokes Images of 9/11

South Korean Tower Development
MVRDV.nl

A pair of high-rise buildings set to be built in South Korea’s capital city of Seoul maybe raise some eyebrows here in the United States.

Gizmodo is reporting that two luxury residential towers designed by the architecture firm MVRDV bare a striking resemblance to the World Trade Center Towers with smoke pluming from them.

The project, called “The Cloud,” is meant to appear as though the pair of buildings are nestled among the crowds. The luxury apartment development is expected to be complete in 2015.


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