Gallery: Wave-Shaped Solar Cruise Ship Terminal Envisioned for Taiwan

 
New York-based Sun and Associates recently unveiled a proposal for a solar-powered green-roofed terminal for Taiwan's burgeoning Kaohsiung port city. Spotted over on eVolo, the P.O.K. Passenger Transportation District features a gorgeous sweeping design coupled with a large roof-integrated solar system, an expansive green roof and urban park, and the reuse of shipping containers.

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  1. archinaut November 5, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    I love having a giant wave shaped building at the harbour in an region prone to tsunamis…keeps you on your toes.

  2. Dutch Barn with Peacefu... November 5, 2010 at 11:59 am

    […] away from the build site. As for the inspiration behind the roof’s shape, 24H says “Its waving pattern reflects the wind, like it makes waves in the water.” And it’s not just the roof that […]

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