7 Turning Torso, Malmö, Sweden Santiago Calatrava’s 2005 twisting steel structure—consisting of nine cubes that rotate 90 degrees as they rise from bottom to top—is the second highest residential building in Europe.
Hearst Tower, New York City. Most contemporary skyscrapers—Burj Khalifa or the Petronas Towers—work best from a distance, but the amazing thing about the Hearst Tower on West Street is that it’s most beautiful up close.
Accident-free zone: The German town which scrapped all traffic lights and road signs
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