This building is intertwined with a cavern, and inside the cavern, perched in its center like a burp in a baby, a suburban home and a very bright garage.
A torrential cascade of water is pouring from the cave and down though the lower levels. Looks like a disaster.
The roof has helipads, each one marked distinctly. Elevator platforms, black, sit ready to lift and lower massive cargo. The roof is covered with a four foot thick layer of fiber optic conduit. The brown patch is heated, and provides wireless charging for hordes of delivery drones.
‘751’, an imaginary ID for such a building. Trees are rendered as ‘clouds’. This software would really help VR shine. It is simple, like Minecraft – it seems like grown-up Minecraft – and intuitive.
This structure confuses commercial and residential space and light. Mixed into it is a giant, empty natural setting with a remote, aggressively cheery suburban home. Aggressively cheery. Suburban.
These are impressions of office buildings and secluded bungalows. Obviously, this place has some good elevators and glass cleaner.