An article by Editor at Asia Green Buildings

The vast majority of modern-day apocalyptic movies feature at least one scene of a mass urban exodus. Whether aliens have invaded or zombies have risen from the dead, the conventional wisdom seems to be that cities are among the least likely place to survive an existential crisis.

Mori Building, a privately-owned Japanese real estate developer, claims to have turned that logic on its head by pursuing an urban development concept that seeks to build “a city to escape into rather than a city from which people run away.”

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