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Pontes hipinóticas: Por que desenhar pontes suspensas comuns ou viadutos em arco quando a humanidade é capaz de construir enormes proezas arquitetônicas como esta para atravessar um rio? O impressionante desenho ondulante, destinado a funcionar como uma passarela de pedestres sobre o Rio Dragon King Harbour, na China, é resultado do trabalho de NEXT Architects. O projeto da ponte envolve três pistas individuais, torcidas, pairando sobre a paisagem pitoresca de Changsha.

Pontes hipinóticas: Por que desenhar pontes suspensas comuns ou viadutos em arco quando a humanidade é capaz de construir enormes proezas arquitetônicas como esta para atravessar um rio? O impressionante desenho ondulante, destinado a funcionar como uma passarela de pedestres sobre o Rio Dragon King Harbour, na China, é resultado do trabalho de NEXT Architects. O projeto da ponte envolve três pistas individuais, torcidas, pairando sobre a paisagem pitoresca de Changsha.

The Moses Bridge in Halsteren,  Netherlands – an almost invisible construction sunken into the water / of you click on the photo & go to the website you can see a better picture of how hidden it really is

The Moses Bridge in Halsteren, Netherlands – an almost invisible construction sunken into the water / of you click on the photo & go to the website you can see a better picture of how hidden it really is

The Dancing House from Czech Republic! constructed by Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunić and Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry.

The Dancing House from Czech Republic! constructed by Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunić and Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry.

Nine Floating Fountains • Osaka, Japan • by Isamu Noguchi—cool fountain—looks like it's taking off for space❣️ http://Arch2O.com

Nine Floating Fountains • Osaka, Japan • by Isamu Noguchi—cool fountain—looks like it's taking off for space❣️ http://Arch2O.com

EKKO permanent public installation by Thilo Frank. 200 wooden frames revolving around their own axis explore spatial perception through movement and sound.

EKKO permanent public installation by Thilo Frank. 200 wooden frames revolving around their own axis explore spatial perception through movement and sound.

The crooked house in Sopot, Poland has an extraordinary and amazing structure. It was built in 2003 with design based on the pictures of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. It looks as taken from a cartoon movie, its design is “crooked”, but a kind of symmetrically, so it is not ugly at all, just strange! The interesting part is how builders managed to create this genius idea, but the house is a fact and everyone admires their creativity.

The crooked house in Sopot, Poland has an extraordinary and amazing structure. It was built in 2003 with design based on the pictures of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. It looks as taken from a cartoon movie, its design is “crooked”, but a kind of symmetrically, so it is not ugly at all, just strange! The interesting part is how builders managed to create this genius idea, but the house is a fact and everyone admires their creativity.

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