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Terros de Hercules, Spain. Designed by Rafael de La-Hoz  | See More

Terros de Hercules, Spain. Designed by Rafael de La-Hoz | See More

Natural History Museum, London – Concept

Natural History Museum, London – Concept

A pretty building in China.

A pretty building in China.

Turning Torso de Santiago Calatrava gana el Premio de 10 años de CTBUH

Turning Torso de Santiago Calatrava gana el Premio de 10 años de CTBUH

Mälmo, Suecia. El " Turning torso " ( torso girando), es un edificio de 54 pisos que cuenta con 147 departamentos. La torre en espiral fue construida por el arq. español Santiago Calatrava, y es considerado el " mejor edificio residencial del mundo".

The Shalom Towers in Tel Aviv.  I lived a mile or so from here my first year in Israel.

The Shalom Towers in Tel Aviv. I lived a mile or so from here my first year in Israel.

Junhao Tower, Chongqing, China by ECADI :: height 380m

Junhao Tower, Chongqing, China by ECADI :: height 380m

Dubai Towers, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia :: 82 floors, height 360m [Future Architecture: futuristicnews.co...]:

Dubai Towers, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia :: 82 floors, height 360m [Future Architecture: futuristicnews.co...]:

45 Of The Most Famous Buildings In The World That Are Known For Their Unconventional Architectural Structure

45 Of The Most Famous Buildings In The World That Are Known For Their Unconventional Architectural Structure

Ágora, city of the arts, Valencia, Spain

Ágora, city of the arts, Valencia, Spain

Coloured apartments, Tokyo.  The interior is designed so that people can experience body-activating slopes and bumps, a contrary condition to the world trend of structure. Residents will even be given instruction for use. The architect's creation is based on a theory called "Reversible Destiny" which aims to change the mortal destiny of human beings through interaction with our surroundings. This innovative idea raises the question to the attitude of pursuing comfort blindly.

Coloured apartments, Tokyo. The interior is designed so that people can experience body-activating slopes and bumps, a contrary condition to the world trend of structure. Residents will even be given instruction for use. The architect's creation is based on a theory called "Reversible Destiny" which aims to change the mortal destiny of human beings through interaction with our surroundings. This innovative idea raises the question to the attitude of pursuing comfort blindly.

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