An Aug. 26 article of the Fast Company website detailed an entry by CUA architecture students in a contest by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture to redesign border crossings.

From: Fast Company Date: Aug. 26, 2014 Author: Shaunacy Ferro

... A team of students from the Catholic University of America chose to locate their crossing at an unusual border: in Antarctica, where several countries have territorial claims. Shaped like an iceberg, the floating facility is located nearby to various research stations. With much of it underwater, it's designed to house laboratories as well as carry out the inspection of goods and cargo. The jurors write: "Though a port in this location isn't entirely necessary, this captivating design would draw people to the site." Superfluous encounters with border patrol: the ultimate tourist draw.

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