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October 08, 2018 1 min read

Architecture can be a gateway to the future and the brilliant minds at MVRDV took this sentiment literally. Their latest foray into postmodern simplicity is located in a place called "Paradise City." A very fitting name for one of the world's most distinguishable pieces of architecture.

The Imprint, as it is named, is a 6 building entertainment and hotel complex located in Seoul, South Korea. Words really do not do this standing embodiment of illusionary design justice. We'll complete the rest of this article with pictures and a link to a more complete and though out piece of journalism by Yatzer.


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