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Aquaria Grande is one of the iconic residential developments in Borivali of Mumbai. This distinctive project includes two 37 storeys soaring residential towers, a fully facilities equipped clubhouse, a sustainable podium garden and an enormous car park

This 160m tall structure is touted to be the next architectural breakthrough with its distinct diagonal facade that have LED screens attached in order to provide a live trailer or advertisements of upcoming movies on the building itself

Aquaria Grande, by James Law Cybertecture, is one of the iconic residential developments in Borivali of Mumbai. This distinctive project includes two 37 storeys soaring residential towers, a fully facilities equipped clubhouse, a sustainable podium garden and an enormous car park, which create a novel and luxury lifestyle to the Borivali district.

bottom right, looove these with the window

A 37-story residential skyscraper in Mumbai, India, called the Aquaria Grande Tower (currently under construction) will have the most awesome feature ever: glass swimming pools where the balconies normally go for some of the apartments

Pixel Tower in Dubai, UAE by James Law Cybertecture

A 37-story residential skyscraper in Mumbai, India, called the Aquaria Grande Tower (currently under construction).

Modern Patio with the view.

Mi departamento Ideal. Aquaria Grande is one of the iconic residential developments in Borivali of Mumbai. This distinctive project includes two 37 storeys soaring residential towers, a fully facilities equipped clubhouse, a sustainable podium garden and an enormous car park, which create a novel and luxury lifestyle to the Borivali district. Lastima que este en India y

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This is being billed as the world's tiniest home available for rent. It spans exactly 1 square meter, accomodates only one person, & goes for $1.30 a night. It is part of an experiment conceived by Berlin-based architec Van Bo Le-Mentzel in conjunction with BMW Guggenheim Lab. (see One Square Meter House from BMW Guggenheim Lab on Flickr) ...don't think this one is for me! Look forward to see how experiment goes.