The Baku Crystal Hall stadium in Azerbaijan was completed in just eight months by GMP Architekten in time to host the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest.
The faceted modular structure, located on a peninsula outside the centre of Baku, was designed and completed in just eight months. Conceived as both a concert hall and a sports stadium, the 25,000-seat stadium comprises a lightweight steel structure with a faceted membrane facade intended to resemble cut crystal. Its facade is covered with 9500 LED lights, which bring the structure to life after dark.
Awesome atompospheric attic space designed by Atelier Feuerroth. Feuerroth represents the Ouverture, a contemporary style of attic design suitable for small wooden homes. Most lofts are used as extra space for storing...
Designed by Raffaello Galiotto of Lithos Design, the Stone Gate sculpture is a large natural stone ring that redesigns the panorama in front of the Verona Arena, becoming an irresistible public attraction.
From a distance, "Tiger and Turtle -- Magic Mountain" looks like a conventional roller coaster, but get up close and you'll realize its curves aren't meant for a quick adrenaline rush. The steel structure, which made its public debut Nov.