En intressant grund att bygga vidare på Man kan ställa många frågor om hur hela projektet kom till, varför några lånade ut så mycket pengar till det, hur det var tänkt att fungera, vilken arkitektur det har, varför så mycket tempel osv. Här och nu är inte platsen och tillfället att beröra sådan frågor. Om än mycket är ofärdigt, finns en potential att göra ett nytt koncept. Många miljöer, detaljer och lösningar har redan stora kvaliteter. Yangtorp ligger mycket vackert i terrängen och dess naturkvaliteter kan utvecklas betydligt. Mer info http://www.idstories.se/yangtorp

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