This is so cool, I hope u post more in the future ^^
I'm only in high school but I almost decided to take an architecture elective course to figure out if it would be something I'd like to do. Unfortunately I didn't have the room for it in my schedule and now I may never know if it's something I'm good at. I actually have no idea how much I'd like drawing blueprints and stuff. But I always found today's modern urban buildings really neat...err, so very random but I was wondering, what kind of person makes a good architect? Or what is interesting/challenging about this type of job? ...ehh I feel weird asking such big, vague questions x_x
Very interesting-looking building. Is that a common architecture style in your country? It's not my personal taste (I love classical and historical architecture) but it's still very beautiful.
I have to say, I'm OBSESSED with architecture. ESPECIALLY apartment buildings, for some reason. I love the idea of one building serving the needs of so many different families. Not to mention the idea of a fully-functional, modern home with all the amenities in such a compact area. When I used to play The Sims 2, I was so excited when the Apartment Life expansion pack came out (allowing you to make apartment buildings and other multi-family dwellings for your Sims to live in). In fact, I spent more time designing and creating the perfect apartment building than actually playing the game, lol.
My favorite, I think, is the pale blue one. I don't know why, I just like that unit's layout the best. That and the green one. I feel sorry for the poor chaps who have to live in the purple or yellow units! Of course, as luxurious as these apartments look, I wonder if they would mind having an efficiency instead of a "regular" unit with bedrooms?
At any rate, great job, and I hope you post more of these!
Looks like a nice and comfortable set of apartments. This is something we in the states would love ^^ since majority of the apartments are crappy -.- Well this would more than likely be one of the more expensive