Underground Architecture

Underground Architecture refers to the design and construction of buildings or spaces primarily located underground or partially submerged in the ground. It is a unique approach to architecture that uses the natural features and properties of the earth to create functional and sustainable spaces. Underground architecture can be used for various purposes, such as housing, offices, museums, and even transportation systems. The design and construction of underground architecture require special considerations such as structural stability, lighting, ventilation, and drainage systems.

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