19 Times Architects Really Outdid Themselves

More than 4 billion people live in urban areas globally. It’s now projected that by 2050, more than two-thirds of the world population will live in urban areas. So no wonder we pay more importance to the buildings and structures around us.

Here are interesting architecture buildings Architects Really Outdid Themselves.

1. Sun And Moon Pagodas In Guilin, China


2. Athens


3. Tree House, Singapore


4. 80 Metre Climbing Wall Built On The Side Of A Power Plant In Copenhagen, Denmark


5. Grand Central Terminal, NYC, The Sun Can’t Shine Through Like That Now Due To The Surrounding Tall Buildings. 1929


5. Spitzhäuschen, A Narrow Half-Timbered House Built In 1416 Located In Bernkastel-Kues, Germany


6. The Interior Of Barcelona’s Sagrada Família, Designed By Antoni Gaudí. Construction Began In 1882- And It’s Still Not Finished. It’s Expected To Be Completed By 2026, Just In Time For The 100th Anniversary Of Gaudí’s Death


7. Cologne Cathedral. Masterpiece Of Gothic Architecture. Years Build : 1248 – 1880


8. A Rooftop Restaurant/Cafe In Chongqing, China


9. Egypt


10. Gloucester Cathedral


11. This Vertical Garden Located In Madrid, Spain


12. The Art Nouveau ‘Gran Hotel Ciudad De México’, 1899, By French Architect, Jacques Grüber


13. This Spiral Staircase Carved From A Single Tree In 1851 – Located In Lednice Castle, Czech Republic


14. Zhongshuge Bookstore In Chengdu, China


15. Early 1900’s Craftsman Home In Seattle


16. This Apartment Building In Tel Aviv, Israel


17. Duomo Di Milano, Italy


18. Park Royal Hotel Singapore


19. The Entrance To A Nightclub In Seoul, South Korea Designed By Mdrdv

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