Twin Skyscrapers With Common Roof And Sky Gardens

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Twin skyscrapers (Seoul, Korea) called Pentimonium are to be joined by a common roof by architects Murphy/Jahn. The roof filters sunlight and protects apartments below which altogether feature sky gardens, including balcony courtyards, and even miniature forest. A connection between two towers will double as a garden area, adding expansive private roof garden to the penthouse. The housing will also be covered in a lattice-work shell to protect sky gardens providing privacy and fresh air to residents.
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