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World’s Longest pedestrian Suspension Bridge

Sochi Skypark bridge

World’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge, which is 1,800-foot-long, just opened in Sochi National Park, Russia.

By |July 26, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Biggest Man-Made Hole on the planet

Bingham Canyon Mine (5)

The Bingham Canyon Mine, also known as the Kennecott Copper Mine, is 2.5 miles wide. Is the biggest man-made hole on the planet.

By |July 25, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Imperial War Museum London by Foster + Partners

Imperial War Museum London

The redevelopment master-plan of the Imperial War Museum London, unveiled by global architecture office Foster + Partners.

By |July 17, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Biggest Dome Ever Built

Singapore's SportsHub

Singapore celebrated the opening of SportsHub, Asia’s first integrated sports, leisure and entertainment huge new stadium, featuring the biggest dome structure ever built.

By |July 14, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Lotus Building in Wujin

Lotus Building (8)

The stunning Lotus Building by studio505, in the city of Wujin, China, features three connected buildings in the 3.5-hectare site, each representing the lotus flower.

By |July 12, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Cinema meets planetarium

Infoverse Cinema-planetarium

An impressive planetarium-like cinema, the Archiview’s Infoversum theatre in Groningen. A dome structure, to make science more accessible to the general public.

By |July 10, 2014|Categories: Architecture, Entertainment news

World’s First Climate-Controlled City

Mall of the World (5)

World’s first climate-controlled city to be constructed in Dubai, announced by United Arab Emirates’ vice president and Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid.

By |July 9, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Brighton i360 observation tower construction starts

Brighton i360

Brighton i360 urban observation tower, offering expansive views along the British coastline, construction starts.

By |June 27, 2014|Categories: Architecture

RIBA Awards 2014 winners

RIBA Awards 2014

Like every year, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced the winners of the most beautiful architectural projects through England and Europe.   Kings Cross Station Redevelopment by John McAslan + Partners.

By |June 25, 2014|Categories: Architecture

Solar-Powered Global Climate Change Pavilion

Climate Change Pavilion

Solar-Powered Global Climate Change Pavilion, a conceptual proposal exhibition dome with wave-shaped canopies, by talented designer Michael Jantzen.

By |June 25, 2014|Categories: Architecture, Green Energy
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