Wonderful Buildings Due For Completion in the World
To define the level of development of construction from all over the world and to showcase the architect’s most wild design dreams, will see the inauguration of some of the world’s most amazing buildings.
Here is a list of some of the next few programs with some top growth.
1.Delanoe Tower by Swiss firm Herzog and De Meurón
This 50-story building in Paris, France will be the first skyscraper. Also known as projectile triangle, the office and residential building will use solar and wind power.
This will overlook Paris from its southwest extreme in Paris de Versailles, which is already home to a large exhibition center. Mayor Bertrand Delano was able to eliminate the height of the buildings of Paris, less than 37 meters in height.
The tower is the first of six free-seels (high rise) projects launched by Mr. Delano. These are all in the “Extraordinary” designated areas on the outskirts of the city, some of which have been included in the subsidized housing to reduce the housing crisis of the capital.
2.London Olympic Complex
With the most major work done, only the final edge is left for the best game steps.
From the Olympic Stadium, where the design of the roof was inspired by human muscles, in the aquatic center of Zaha Hadid, with a dramatic, S-shaped roof, many buildings stand themselves in the form and form of the function.
As a collective group, the Olympic campus is really suitable for celebrating the world’s greatest athletes. The Olympic Park is made up of nine Olympic venues, which are listed below, as well as the Olympic Village. 2012 come, this place will be!
3.Tokyo Sky Tree
Located in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, Japan, this 630 meter (2080 feet) structure is its largest artificial structure in Japan, and even before its completion it is the longest broadcast tower in the world. In July 2011, Japan closed all analog broadcasts for TV.
The Tokyo Sky Tree was built in large part to work as a digital broadcast antenna for the country. It will also include restaurants and observation decks and will work as a disaster prevention broadcast signal.
There will be curves in the entire tower, to represent a samurai sword and other blades of other facilities found in traditional Japanese architecture.
Miami Marlin (formerly Florida Marlin) will play baseball in its new stadium starting in the 2012 season. In the case of baseball stadium, it is small, but this makes the building astonishing, with a dome-shaped retractable terrace and about 15,000 square feet retreatable transparent pan, which allows stadium-goer to see a wonderful view of vibrant Miami.
Is the skyline As the flair progresses, there will be two seawater tanks behind the house plate, which will show different forms of local marine life.
The stadium is designed to be a fantastic experience for a comfortable fan, which will not be related to the game.
5.Shard London Bridge Tower by Renzo Piano
Completed in May 2012, the Shard London Bridge will be the tallest building in the European Union.
Located in Southwark, London, 330 meters (1017 feet), the irregular triangle structure will be completely embedded in glass, which provides a different appearance in changing weather and weather by using an improved form of glazing.