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Seoul's Marvelous Dancing Dragons - Chicago firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture envision a pair of magnifcent towers shooting up into the sky of Seoul, South Korea. Aptly named Dancing Dragons, the buildings feature glass scales, which are inspired by Korean mythical dragons. Gaps between its overlapping panels feature operable vents through which air can circulate, making the skin “breathable” like that of certain animals.
"The “Dr. Seuss” house has about 12 stories,it was built and left unfinished for the almost 10 years, and just recently (2012) was finished. The house was dubbed with the name “Dr. Seuss” house by the local people of Willow, Alaska."