Earlier, I got mad at the internet. Or, more specifically, I got mad at this bit of it:
... read the whole story at ethanmarcotte.com.
One Miami architecture firm [is] proposing a softer, gentler version of [the U.S. president]’s famous wall: a sustainable structure built out of recycled shipping containers that mimics natural boundaries with divisions created by waterways, sloping terrain and, in urban areas, shopping, public art spaces and even housing units. The drawings look like they could be for a cutting-edge park or an innovative redevelopment project…
“One of our goals was to not be like the Great Wall of China or the Berlin Wall or any of those typologies that represent division,” principal architect Francisco Llado explained in a recent phone call. “Our design is not about division but about unity of sense and sustainable functionality.”