Most Awesome Wall of Air Conditioners Appears in Fuzhou, China – Design You Trust

Most Awesome Wall of Air Conditioners Appears in Fuzhou, China

The outer wall of the Fuzhou Dalijiacheng Building is densely covered with air conditioner compressor units, the entire building’s outer wall having over 500 air conditioning compressor units attached in total and still increasing, and has been called the most “Air Conditioner Wall” in Fuzhou history by city residents.


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