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MODERN BUILDINGS | Malacca Street - Singapore - Architecture - SCDA | http: - Martin Cranmer (@trojan5881) | imging.me

MODERN BUILDINGS | Malacca Street - Singapore - Architecture - SCDA | http: - Martin Cranmer (@trojan5881) | imging.me

Amazing Snaps: Burj Al Arab , The Tallest EvEr !!!!!

Burj Al Arab, Dubai. Burj Al Arab is a luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At 321 m ft), it is the fourth tallest hotel in the world.

I want to be the one to design something like this. I want to be the one to be able to take credit for something like this.

Zaha Hadid, modern architecture’s pioneer and visionary, will surpass herself with the Changsha Meixihu International Culture And Art Center in China.

Víctor Enrich - artnau | artnau

"French fries building" - Victor Enrich is a Spanish photographer who rips all the science from architecture to create surreal and whimsical variations on existing buildings (her the Orchid Hotel of Tel Aviv)

Friedrich Hundertwasser’s Kuchlbauer Tower ,Lower Bavaria in Germany.

The Kuchlbauer Tower or Kuchlbauer-Turm in Greman is an observation tower designed by Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser on the grounds of the Kuchlbauer Brewery in Abensberg, a town in Lower Bavaria in Germany.

Visit TopTravelLists.Com   Tokyo Skytree - Sumida, Tokyo - 2,080 feet - 2nd tallest building in the world as of 2011 - radio & tv tower with restaurant & 3 observatories

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of metres in March .

Beach Front Hotel, Dubai, UAE by Atkins Arhitects :: 60 floors, height 302m :: proposal. Check out that cool T-Shirt here:  https://www.sunfrog.com/trust-me-im-an-engineer-NEW-DESIGN-2016-Black-Guys.html?53507

Is this real or a blueprint? Because if its real, I wanna stay there! Beach Front Hotel, Dubai, UAE by Atkins Arhitects :: 60 floors, height :: proposal

Sokcho is a city in Gangwon-do province, South Korea. It is located in the far northeast of Gangwon-do. Lying north of the 38th parallel, the city belonged to North Korea from 1945 until the end of the Korean War, when the dividing line between the two Korean states was officially altered. Consequently, many of the population have relatives in North Korea. The city is also a well-known gateway to nearby Seoraksan national park.

Daytime view of Sokcho Light House - Sokcho is a city in Gangwon-do province, South Korea. It is located in the far northeast of Gangwon-do.