A lush valley by MVRDV 

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The Dutch architectural firm has unveiled the silhouette of its first ever challenge in South America – “The Hills.” Situated in Ecuador, along the Guayas River in Guayaquil, this singular constructing is a gaggle of six residential towers with organic silhouettes. The target? To offer delivery to a “valley” with plentiful nature and varieties suggesting a naturally sculpted rock mass. At their base, the towers merge to type a terraced green valley that accommodates an oasis of swimming pools, sports fields, and a large city amphitheater dealing with the river, all surrounded by lush natural vegetation. On the outer edges of the undertaking, the design of the façades reflects the visible language of the encompassing skyscrapers, i.e., white balconies, arranged in straight orthogonal strains. The façades dealing with the void between the towers supply a special face. The straight strains give approach to balconies with fluid curves that create irregular offsets and overhangs. The earth tones of the lower ranges steadily give strategy to lighter colors closer to the sky; and at all ranges, beneficiant greenery borders the balconies, extending the environment of the central valley to the highest of the encompassing hills.


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