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PostPosted: Fri Jul 03, 2015 8:29 pm    Post subject: General Art & Architecture of Interest Reply with quote

A transparent world! 21 stunning glass buildings across the globe

Architects around the world have often used the ethereal beauty of glass to create extraordinary structures, from cultural centers to plush hotels. Let’s take a look at some renowned glass buildings from across the globe.

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10 Amazing Examples of Underground Architecture

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Tourists panic as glass skywalk shatters beneath them


Tourists got the scare of a lifetime Monday while visiting the Yuntai Mountain Geological Park in Central China's province of Henan.

While walking across the park's popular glass skywalk suspended over 3,000 feet in the air, a section of the platform cracked. The panic settled in, causing a mini stampeded towards the end of the path, according to reports.

http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/tourists-panic-as-glass-skywalk-shatters-beneath-them/ar-AAfcqt5?li=AAadgLE&ocid=mailsignoutmd

New sky pool will let swimmers float 10 storeys above ground

Saturday, August 29, 2015, 3:07 PM - One of England’s latest architectural prospects takes ‘fear of heights’ to a whole new level.
As part of a residential development along the river Thames, London’s “sky pool” will be 25 m long and 3 m deep, suspended between two apartment blocks, 10 storeys above the ground.

Current plans call for the pool's surrounding walls to measure 20 cm in thickness -- comparable to that of the CN Tower’s glass floor, which is 6.35 cm thick, CBC reports.

http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/new-sky-pool-lets-swimmers-float-10-storeys-above-ground/56427/
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18 of the most bizarre buildings around the world

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Architecture has come a long way in the last few centuries.

Buildings have gone from using lava as clay for walls to having the ability to electronically rotate to change up the view from the windows.

While architectural possibilities have grown to a whole new level, buildings are becoming more and more advanced — and more wacky.

Ahead, 18 odd buildings that will definitely cause some heads to turn.

Pictured: This ice hotel in Quebec, Canada, is the perfect winter experience. With 500 tons of ice and 15,000 tons of snow, Hôtel de Glace is made every winter over a period of five weeks so that tourists can come and enjoy a cold stay
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Mile-high skyscraper set to be world's tallest and twice as tall as the Burj Khalifa

Plans for a mile high skyscraper in Tokyo could be twice as tall as the current tallest building in the world, Dubai's Burj Khalifa.

This super-tall building is set to reach a height of 5,577ft and host up to 55,000 people in Tokyo bay, an inlet southeast of the Japanese capital.

If the plans are accepted - the 'Sky Mile Tower' would be surrounded by a series of man-made hexagonal islands, Architectural Digest reports.

These islands are designed to protect Tokyo from flooding and act as foundation for homes for nearly half a million people.

The skyscraper is set to be completed by 2045.

The tower and satellite islands, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and engineering firm Leslie E. Robertson, are planned to be partially powered by it transit system.

Additionally - wind farms, solar panels and algae farms on the islands are planned to provide electricity.

The tower's facade is designed to collect filter and store water preventing the need to pump water to the top floors.

According to Architectural Digest, the tower will have "multilevel sky lobbies where residents would share amenities such as shopping centers, restaurants, hotels, gyms, libraries, and health clinics."

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New Dubai hotel will have its own indoor rainforest

A Hotel in Dubai will have a 75,000 square foot rainforest built right into it. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

http://www.msn.com/en-ca/video/topvideos/new-dubai-hotel-will-have-its-own-indoor-rainforest/vi-BBpAnZB?ocid=mailsignoutmd
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45 Incredible Tiny Houses You'll Hardly Believe Are Real

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China’s New Mall ( Hold your breath)

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Dubai is planning to build a $1 billion tower that’ll be twice the size of the Empire State Building

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Incredible living spaces of the future: Science-fiction to science fact?

From buildings that dive into the ground to hotels that float on water to jetliners straight out of science fiction, join us as we look at a selection of stunning futuristic design ideas.

Although currently conceptual, these designs may one day influence a new generation of architecture and transport, helping to shape the future of our world.

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20 incredible hidden homes you won’t believe

Hidden homes

We all enjoy a little privacy from time to time, and some architects have taken this concept to the extreme with these truly incredible hidden homes. All dollar figures USD.

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12 incredible malls built for more than just shopping

Gone are the days when shopping malls were just places to shop. Now you can go on adrenaline-pumping rides, go skiing, or even get married! Join us for a stroll through some of the planet's most amazing retail experiences.

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The World's Largest Hotel Is Coming — & It Has 10,000 Rooms

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Each year, more than 15 million Muslims from all around the world make a spiritual pilgrimage to the sacred city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. With that many visitors, the area needs plenty of hotel space. And, as Travel + Leisure reports, it will soon have it with the opening of the Abraj Kudai — which will be the largest hotel in the world.

This 1.4-million-square-meter building cost a whopping $3.5 billion to build. Once Abraj Kudai is complete, it will have more than 10,000 rooms. Accommodations aren't the only thing this massive hotel will offer in large numbers. T+L also reports that there will be 70+ restaurants within the complex. For comparison, consider that that's more than some entire towns (like, alot more).

The structure itself is comprised of 12 towers, 10 of which will reportedly provide 4-star accommodations to normals. The other two will offer a 5-star experience catering to a more exclusive clientele. The Saudi royal family will also have five floors all to themselves, according to The Guardian. Swooping in will be easy; there are five rooftop helipads.

Abraj Kudai is expected to open next year, but don't panic about being first to make your reservations. After all, there are plenty of rooms.
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The most expensive objects ever built

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China's New Glass Bridge Is The Highest, Longest, And Scariest Yet

China just can’t stopbuilding terrifyingglass walkways.

An attraction that calls itself the highest and longest glass bridge in the world opened this weekend in the country’s Zhangjiajie National Forest. Visitors were quick to risk their lives er, visit the bridge, which is made of 99 glass panels that dangle more than 980 feet over the rocky forest below.

At first, this may sound like a walk in the park. But when you see how high the bridge truly is, it’s a wonder any visitors showed up at all.

China has no shortage of these sky-high attractions, which are known to provide stunning photo opps. There’s the epic “Coiling Dragon” skywalk, the vertigo-inducing Haohan Qiao, or “Brave Man’s Bridge,” and another glass skywalk that famously cracked just a few weeks after opening last year.

Officials made a big show of testing China’s newest glass bridge for safety, even driving an SUV across to prove its strength. To visit, you’ll need to get yourself to China’s “Avatar Mountains,” the natural wonder known for inspiring the popular movie.

Oh, and pick up some bravery along the way. Happy travels!

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Tallest skyscrapers in the world

With Skyscraper Day on Sept. 3, here's a look at some of the tallest buildings in the world – existing and under construction.

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The 8 Most Unusual Hotel Rooms in the World

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We've covered some pretty over-the-top hotels in our time, and we've learned that space pod suites in the middle of a vineyard and floating hotel rooms in Dubai can be just as luxurious and beautiful as a traditional hotel. When you want an experience beyond cable TV and a warm shower, head to one of these one-of-a-kind rooms.
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The 15 Best Airports in the World to Get Stuck in

You finally made it to the airport, checked your bags, rushed through security and got to your gate at last, but only to find your flight was delayed. Lucky for you, if you’re stuck in one of these airports, you will never have to wonder what to do.

Never dread your layover or delayed flight again and enjoy a stress-free experience at these airports. Pamper yourself in their spas, destress in whirlpools, and workout in their fitness centers.

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15 stunning homes made out of shipping containers

Living in a box


Repurposed shipping container homes are all the rage right now. Low cost, eco-friendly and fast to build, the extra-tough boxes can be stacked like Lego blocks and customized with every luxe mod con imaginable. Take a look at 15 of the world's most upscale examples.

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http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/moneyphotos/15-stunning-homes-made-out-of-shipping-containers/ss-AAk8dxb?li=AAgh0dA&ocid=mailsignout#image=1
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Underwater hotel design gets U.S. patent approval

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Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel won a U.S. patent for its Undersea design. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) elaborates.
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World's Coolest Underwater Lodgings

From Zanzibar to Sweden, beautiful underwater properties with one-of-a-kind views have been popping up around the globe, featuring some of the most unique rooms that travelers can book.

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Masjid Al-Haram

This largest mosque in the world surrounds the Kaaba, the holiest place of Islam in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Covering 88.2 acres (356,800 square meters) and able to accommodate 820,000 worshipers, the mosque is undergoing a $10.6 billion expansion project that will help it house a total of 2.5 million worshipers at a time.

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World’s highest bridge opens in China (gulp, don’t look down)

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The world’s highest bridge officially opened Thursday in China, spanning a gorge that’s almost 2,000 feet deep.


The Beipanjiang Bridge in southwest China took three years to build, and cost $146.7 million. The four-lane structure stands 1,854 feet above the Beipan River below. For comparison’s sake, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is 220 feet high, and New York’s One World Trade Center — the tallest building in the U.S. — is 1,776 feet high.

Construction was actually completed in September, but the bridge was not opened to traffic until Thursday.

Tall-bridge aficionados should be drawn to China — it also has the second- and third-highest bridges in the world, the Sidu River Bridge (1,627 feet high) and Puli Bridge (1,591 feet).
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Inside the world's most luxurious survival bunker

The ultimate hideout

What better way to survive a nuclear blast or a tsunami than in a luxury survival bunker? We take a look inside Vivos Europa One, the world's most prestigious underground hideout. Click ahead to see more.

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http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/homeandproperty/inside-the-worlds-most-luxurious-survival-bunker/ss-BBx8zp9?li=AAggNb9&ocid=mailsignout#image=1
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9 of the Best Gothic Cathedrals in Europe

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When you take a trip to Europe, you'll inevitably encounter one of the hundreds of Gothic cathedrals that dot the landscape. Built during the 12th through 16th centuries, these medieval masterpieces were born out of the Romanesque movement, which saw churches designed with thick walls, round arches, and large towers. Gothic architecture, on the other hand, focused on height and light—despite being constructed from heavy stone, Gothic cathedrals seem to defy the laws of gravity. Common traits include pointed arches, ribbed vaults, and flying buttresses, all of which enable the structures to be built taller and stronger. Here, we've rounded up eight of the best examples of Gothic cathedrals from across Europe.

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This Glass Igloo in the Arctic Circle Incredibly Houses a Family of Six

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The 19 cities that will rule the world in 2025

Cities of the future

More and more so-called megacities are emerging across the world, becoming centers of population and wealth in the way that whole countries used to be. Using data from McKinsey & Company we reveal the cities likely to dominate the world in the future.

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Inside the most expensive house in America

Another world

The most expensive house in America recently went on sale with a price tag of $250 million (£200m). From the outside, it could easily look like every other Bel Air mansion, but the inside tells a different story, with one huge perk worth $30 million (£24m) alone. We take a look inside.

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Could your next home come out of a printer?

Buildings of the future

Supersized 3D printers are now producing low-cost buildings in record time with minimal human labor required. Take a look at these completed structures, from homes to hotels, that are revolutionizing architecture and construction.

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http://www.msn.com/en-ca/money/technology/could-your-next-home-come-out-of-a-printer/ss-AAogezj?li=AAggNb9&ocid=iehp#image=1
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'U' skyscraper will blow your mind

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12 eerie photos of enormous Chinese cities completely empty of people

Throughout China, there are hundreds of cities that have almost everything one needs for a modern, urban lifestyle: high-rise apartment complexes, developed waterfronts, skyscrapers, and even public art. Everything, that is, except one major factor: people.

These mysterious - and almost completely empty - cities are a part of China's larger plan to move up to 300 million citizens currently living in rural areas into urban locations. Places like the Kangbashi District of Ordos are already prepped and ready to be occupied.

Photographer Kai Caemmerer became fascinated with these urban plans, and in 2015 he travelled to China to explore and document them. His series, "Unborn Cities," depicts a completely new type of urban development. "Unlike in the US, where cities often begin as small developments and grow in accordance to the local industries, these new Chinese cities are built to the point of near completion before introducing people," he told Business Insider.

See 12 eerie images from his series:

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Amazing Cities Hidden Right Beneath Your Feet

Architects in modern times design buildings that reach for the stars. However, back in ancient times people were constructing downwards, creating entire cities under the surface. Sometimes such places get buried after being abandoned and Mother Nature has taken over, only to be discovered centuries later.

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Ten of the world's most incredible rooftops

A new book celebrates amazing urban spaces in the sky. Fiona Macdonald picks out ten projects that have helped transform cities across the globe.

http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20170106-incredible-rooftops-around-the-world
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