Large scale buildings are made based on genius brains. We will present designs that are completely attractive and full of nature-inspired aesthetics.
1. Taipei 101 Tower, Tallest Building in Taiwan:
Taipei 101 Tower was on top of the tallest buildings list in the world. In 2011, the building was awarded the LEED platinum certification, the highest award under the LEED rating system, and became the tallest and largest green building in the world. The architecture was inaugurated in 2003, inspired by the bamboo tree – a familiar image in Taiwan and many Asian countries.
2. Bird’s Nest – Beijing Olympic Stadium:
Beijing National Stadium (China) is also known as the Bird’s Nest Stadium for its architectural appearance. This design, which originates from the study of Chinese ceramics, has retracted the steel beams to cover the roof. Makes the stadium appear like a bird’s nest.
3. Al Dar Headquarters in Abu Dhabi:
Abu Dhabi is one of the richest countries in the world. The buildings here are also more outstanding than other places. Specifically, the Aldar headquarters in Al Raha Beach, United Arab Emirates is the first building with a vertical circle in the Middle East. The building is like a seashell located on the beach. The surface of the house is formed using a triangular structure – a diagonal grid of steel. This structure is first used in the UAE, it allows to create structural effects and stability for a circular building, which is more flexible than the regular rectangular shape.
4. Palm Island in Dubai:
The Palm Jumeirah Islands is a large-scale man-made structure in Dubai. These are artificial islands created by reclaiming land. It is a combination of the three small islands Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira.
5. Taiwan Centers for Disease Control:
This work is designed with a very impressive seashell-like shape.
6. CHICAGO SPIRE:
The United States has always been known for its unique scale projects. Chicago Spire is a skyscraper built in Chicago, Illinois. The building was built and completed in 2010 with a unique architecture, twisted and shrunk from bottom to top.
7. Beijing National Aquatics Center:
Beijing National Aquatics Center was built for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. The building is blue and looks like a giant water tank. The work is a collaboration between creativity and traditions of Beijing when visiting the Water Cube.
8. Lotus Temple in New Delhi:
The lotus symbolizes pure beauty, present in almost every field from painting to architecture. Located at Mandir Marg in Southern Delhi, the Lotus Temple is one of the great structures and the most popular tourist destinations in New Delhi.
9. Olympic Pavilion, Barcelona:
Olympic Pavilion in Barcelona resembles a goldfish. The project is 56m long and 35m high by Architect Frank Gehry.
10. 30 St Mary Axe hay “The Gherkin” in London:
30 St Mary Ax or “The Gherkin” (Cucumber) is a skyscraper in London, England. The building was designed by British architect Norman Foster and constructed by Swedish construction company – Skanska from 2001 to 2004. 30 St Mary Ax was officially inaugurated on April 28, 2004 with a full height. 180 m. The work highlights the modern beauty of the project with the triangular woven steel structure system and the shape of the fillings on the four corners, the building has created its distinctive appearance.