*어반옵저베이션 데크 On Top of The World - The Rise of The Obervation Deck

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도시 다시 읽기:
도시전체가 놀이공원이 되고
파티장이 된다.
영국에 있는 런던아이처럼
도시를 대표하는 랜드마크적 역활을
하게 되는 거죠.
이것은 단순히 전망대 역활를 떠나서
도시의 이미지를 재창출한다.
스트리트 레벨에서 읽을 수 없는
다른 레벨의 뷰는 그래서 더 다양한
생각과 디자인들을 제공한다.

우리나라에도 이와 같은
전망대를 설치한다면 어디가 좋을까요?

People have always wanted to climb higher and see farther. We’ve built towers and turrets, spires and steeples, lookouts and skyscrapers to see and to be seen. The achievement of height makes us proud and somehow secure. We can see all enemies from here. Our church is visible from everywhere. Our building is the tallest in the world.


There’s power and prestige in being high up but there’s also exhilaration. People want to go up, maybe even to be a bit scared, and they want to see far and wide.



A week doesn’t go by without us seeing at least one new observation deck, luxury tower, ski lift or lookout structure that meets those needs. The Stockholm Globe Arena, known as the Ericsson Globe, apparently the world’s largest round building, is not a new project, but we’ve grown fond of its brand-new addition: the cute little glass orbs that climb up the rounded skin of  the structure. The pair of classic-looking orbs, called unimaginatively SkyView, carry 16 passengers each as they scale the Globe on rails operating based on ski-lift technology. The trip up takes three minutes and a round-trip visit takes 20 minutes.


The multi-use complex of the Globe includes a 16,000-seat arena that will host Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston and Rod Stewart among others this spring. Tuija Seipell

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