The New India Assurance Building is an art deco office building made of reinforced concrete and designed by Master, Sarhe and Bhuta, with artistic designer N. G. Parsare. It was constructed in 1936 in Mumbai, India.
Winding tower of the Shime coal mine is 47.65 metre (156.3ft) tall, used to access underground mine lying more than 430 metre (1411ft) depth, built of unpainted reinforced concrete. It is located in Shime-town,Kasuya,Fukuoka,Japan, and was built from 1941 to 1943. Closed in 1964.