Planned to be built next year in Salta, Argentina, the Valley Shelter project was designed by Dardo Molina of ADG Arquitectos. Because the site is located in a seismic zone, he faced the challenge of aligning the design with earthquake standards. Made up of stone, glass, reinforced concrete, and iron, it sits next to a mountain on a tricky patch of land that has a 20-degree slope.
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