Fortress of Amplitude

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This is a scheme called “Urban Freeflow” by Ben Stuart, of Nottingham University that’s featured in Blueprint magazine this month.

I can’t find it online anywhere, so apologies for the poor image.

It’s a training facility for traceurs – practitioners of Parkour, or free-running.

Beautifully-rendered – a Hugh Ferris production study for a Luc Besson straight-to-video movie.

I find it fascinating – an architecture specifically for superhumans.

Imagine designing a system, a city – of engineered environments and inhabitants.

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