Have you ever seen the stunning man made structures from around the world? There are many jaw dropping structures from around the world. Many of them include zaha hadid architect, Polygone Riviera, El Palau, Burj khalifa, OCAD University and many more. All these structures from around the world, reflects the strength of human art on large scale. Here is some unique creativity in the architect of stunning structures outside the boundaries of our living.
Structures from around the world
Polygone Riviera, France
With nearly 150 brands, the Polygone Riviera opened its doors in Cagnes-sur-Mer late October 2015 after 3 years of construction. It is the first outdoor shopping and leisure center in France. Directly inspired by the “lifestyle” American shopping centers, it is the unique fusion of the world of shopping, fashion, contemporary art, and leisure.
Colorful house, India
NACT Colors, The National Art Center, Tokyo
The National Art Center, Tokyo has celebrated its 10th Anniversary in January. It presented the “Forest of Numbers” – the symbolization of the next 10 years to come. Used without any partition walls for the first time. The 2000 square meter White Cube exhibition room became a canvas of the installation. It is filled with “100 colors”, inspiration and emotions. Which became the largest installation of Emmanuelle’s work.
The Interface, Singapore
OCAD University, Canada
OCAD University is Canada’s largest university of art, design and digital media, bringing imagination to education, research and creative enterprise. The Ontario College of Art and Design have a distinctive building. This building, known as the ‘Tabletop’, towers above the streets of downtown Toronto.
‘Cairn’ rock sculpture, Nevada
Just outside the entrance to Reno’s Nevada Museum of Art stands Cairn, a kneeling man made of rocks. It was commissioned in 1998 as part of a major exhibition, From Exploration to Conservation: Picturing the Sierra Nevada.
House on the Cliff, Spain
Located in Salvadorea in Spain, the uniquely designed Casa Del Acantilado was built on a hill with a 42 degree incline. It has grey curved roof, large glass window and outdoor pool. The eye-opening property resembles futuristic cave. Architects decided the house would be buried into the slope and feature two floors with a large terraced living area
Chad Knight is a 3D designer
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