Architecture in Star Wars includes the cities, buildings, ships, and other structures of the fictional Star Wars universe as described and depicted in books, movies, comics, and cartoons. A bunch of people are standing on a balcony watching large “star destroyer”-looking ships take off into the distance. You’re best asking some of the people in the Literature forums, as they can describe it better. Username or email address: Fictional universe of Star Wars. It should be noted that in the opening shots of AOTC, we see several rooftops peaking through the clouds.
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Don’t see too many trees or plants laying around in the parts we DO see. I mean, none of these buildings are sky-needles From the time the planet was first founded to where we are in “Legacy Of The Force”, Courscant has built up on the ruins of the old structures.
It should be noted that in the opening shots of AOTC, we see several rooftops peaking through the clouds. A third piece of evidence is at the very end of Episode Five. Username or email address: Another bit of evidence is the fall time of Anakin when he jumped out of the building in Episode Five.
I would guess maybe about 1 kilometer. However, that set aside, the thing I’d like to point out most of all is that we’re not just talking about heights ABOVE “sea-level” or whatever Coruscant uses as that equivalent here No way to make Oxygen According to the novels and other canonical sources, Courscant’s city structure is millions of feet above the actual ground level of skyscrxpers planet.
The average buildings are probably around feet to 1 mile. Of course, this is assuming Coruscant has the partial skyscraapers of oxygen similar to Earth, and that the tallest buildings have open balconies. The millions was my estimation. Didn’t seem particularly high to me.
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Comparing the urban and natural environments pictured in Star WarsMark Lamster wrote that the cities are places of danger and corruption, while the forces of good find sanctuary in the natural world. When Anakin and Obi-wan both go free falling, they were a long way from hitting the bottom of the planet.
No, create an account now. The district where the nightclub was located is low enough to be on the seedy side, but not as low as the places where some of the outcasts of society are.
How tall are the buildings on Coruscant?
In one of the shots, some of the background buildings appeared to be taller than the Senate is wide. The whole planet is a city. With an artificial atmosphere, there is no telling how far up there skyscrapesr oxygen. In any case, is there any definitive data on the height of the buildings on Coruscant?
Being an analytical smart-ass, he made sure to point out, “How far up are they? No plants, no way to make oxygen.
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The battle cruisers featured in Star Wars have been described as examples of ” Suprematist architecture”. Just a funny thing there.
May 30, page H. When dealing with alien planents I don’t think we can always make earth-centric presumptions. Remember that Coruscant is based on the planet Trantor from Asimov’s Foundation novels. Granted, they are the most “Downtown” parts, but I get the impression there is no Tropical Rain forest on Coruscant. Landspeeder Speeder bike Sandcrawler Walkers. The “urban future” has also been depicted in Blade Runner where “the setting is a grimy, crime-ridden Los Angeles in the 21st century”.
Someone also mentioned how does Coruasant have O2 when there are no trees! It very well could’ve been fog we saw in Clones.