Evolo Skyscrapers 3

Evolo Skyscrapers 3

We just received a new publication, filled with dozens of amazing projects submitted to the eVolo competition over the last few years... and what did we find? Some images by FlyingArchitecture... How proud we are!

Evolo Skyscrapers 3

In 2014 we cooperated with the design team at Xuberance on an ultra-futuristic concept of a skyscraper - eye candy here.

Evolo Skyscrapers 3

Evolo Skyscrapers 3

In 2015 we joined the eVolo competition with a team consisting of Jiri Vitek and Petr Kolacek and created a set of amazing images - more eye candy here.

Evolo Skyscrapers 3

Evolo Skyscrapers 3

Find out more about this book on eVolo's website!

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