With less than two weeks to go before the Winter Olympics begin in Sochi, Russia, everything should be pretty much ready. Right? Well, not according to our recent article, but when you look at these pictures there is a (small) diffirence!
What do you think of these attempts at concealment? Do you prefer to just see a plain tower or do you support companies’ attempts to blend in with their surroundings as best as possible?
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In the city of Raleigh, North Carolina, at 3215 Wade Avenue, you will find this building that looks like a house. If you look a little closer you may notice there isn’t a driveway or mailbox. It looks like a house is supposed to look. But it’s not a real house.
With a pinnacle height of 1,792 feet, One World Trade Center in New York City is the currently the third tallest building in the world. In fact, three buildings grace the current top ten list and the Empire State Building comes in at number eleven. But all that will change in the next few year’s as countries in Asia produce modern marvels that reach higher than engineers could have ever imagined just year’s ago when they were designing One World Trade.
Just look at these demolitions. There is destructive beauty in them.