Underground Architecture by: Mira linderman-vento

Architects are constantly looking for new and interesting ways to improve living and everyday life. One of these ways is to design buildings to be underground.

Architects think building underground will positively affect society. However some people disagree with this.

According to CNN, some people don't like the idea of living underground. It says “People hate underground architecture because humans are meant to live on earth, not inside earth.”

But living underground can have health benefits. Also according to CNN, there are health benefits to living underground. CNN says “There are benefits of earth's thermal insulation, and you can also be protected from harmful environmental issues like UV radiation.”

The link to the CNN website is here: http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/27/architecture/opa-underground-architecture-series/index.html.

Architecture is changing everyday. You never know what the future will bring.

Credits:

Created with images by caq - "Underground Temple" • Serge.By. - "Etihad Towers" • ann gav - "tube geekery holden northern line" • tpsdave - "london england united kingdom" • steve p2008 - "untitled image" • caq - "Underground Temple" • seekingfireflies - "Incredible underground cistern"

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