Gallery: Parasitic Architecture – building on, under or out of existing structures
A parasite is an organism that attaches itself to a host, often leeching food and nutrients at the expense of its host. Parasitic architecture emulates that relationship with new structures sitting on top of, underneath, or alongside existing structures, constantly relying on its host for support and resources.
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