Esteban Suarez has imagined a massive building for those who prefer holes to heights, and a novel solution around a law that bans structures higher than eight stories in the crowded, historic center of Mexico City. Instead of a soaring tower, Suarez wants to dig an inverted pyramid nearly a thousand feet deep with enough apartments, stores, and offices to hold 100,000 people.
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