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What do you call this? Archaeology or Archi-aeology? The guys from Pruned thinks it is a ‘Ghost House‘. Some refer to it as Medianeras. This ‘building fossil’ is an amazing piece of art, I guess anything created or discovered with a subconscious mind are beautiful. Come to think of it, architecture is like a diary that is written in mud and timber, in brick and stone, in iron and steel, in concrete and glass.
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there are lots of these kind of “artefacts” in Japan as well! Forgot another name for it tho…
I think they call this a “living section”. And traces of the floor plan are called living floor plans.
We discussed traces on the walls of buildings like this in my archaeology of W-Europe class a few months ago. It’s called Wall-archaeology