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The most recently constructed sky scraper in London reaches up to 310 metres. It is the highest tower block in Europe and one characterized with unique shape – of a pyramid – of a blade stabbing the skies. 73 storeys shall accommodate apartments, offices and restaurants.
One of the architects’ offices in Seul designed a one family house in colours bringing to mind a lollipop. Living in such a building must definitely be sweet..
Not only the owners of a certain one family house extended by one Japanese architect found a liking for it, it house proved popular with a greater number of admirers. All thanks to an interesting building concept – its interior is saturated with purity of style and wood which the glazed roof lets much daylight in. See the film!
Poland will soon host the European Cup. A few months before the event, it's worth taking a glimpse of some other splendid football stadiums in the world. Are our stadiums able to match those in Africa? The one in the photo is the stadium built 2 years ago for the World Cup in Cape Town. It is located only 500 metres from the coast.
Visions of some architects may sometimes be described as pure madness – blocks resembling piles of washing machines or 'match boxes' chaotically put one on top of the other – these are only a few examples of such visions. Must this modern approach always shock or adopt unusual forms?
A villa on the slopes of Los Angeles takes the viewers by surprise not only with its interesting outlook but also with the fact that its terrace overlaps with the famous inscription: Hollywood. The building is the result of a re-designed villa of the 1960s. Its wide, panoramic windows definitely allow for interesting views to the city of angels
Kuwait tower block, with its unique form, stands out from other such buildings – its architects abandoned a traditional form of a symmetrical tower and shaped it in the form of a roll; such a shape is fully justified – on one hand, it protects the inhabitants against the wind, and on the other hand, it protects them against excessive exposure to sun. The building shall be 412 metres high, which means it shall become the highest facility in this country
slants and bends are becoming more and more popular in architecture, which is then refelceted in interior design. This visually interesting design has one common feature – none of its walls is straight. The students’ club will definitely prove popular with many…;)
This intriguing house was to have – as early as at the designing stage, one characteristic feature – no stairs. The owners – a middle-aged couple – wanted to assure comfort for the future, when they are not so fit. The focal point of the house is a terrace connected with the garden. External glazed walls provide good lighting and sliding shutters ensure proper protection against the excessive light.