Canada’s twisted skyscrapers

We write a lot about design, but not so much on architecture. But here’s something new from Canada that has certainly drawn our interest. Called the Absolute Towers, these ‘twisted’ skyscrapers are located in the city of Mississauga in Ontario. The two towers stand at around 492 and 557 feet respectively.


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China to build the world’s tallest skyscraper in just 210 days

China is planning to build the world’s tallest skyscraper, a.k.a. the 838m Sky City, in just 210 days. That will make the building 10m taller than the current tallest, Burj Khalifa of Dubai. If you think that 210 days is way too less to build such a thing, then you will be surprised to know that the original plan was to build SkyCity in just 90 days!


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Stork Nest Farm in Czech Republic includes a striking riding arena inspired by a stork’s nest

That’s a huge nest for sure but you don’t need to watch out for gigantic birds to swoop in! This riding arena imitating a nest is a part of the Stork Nest Farm in Czech Republic and was built as a part of a farmstead’s renovation project.


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City of Cupertino unveils Apple’s upcoming campus, reveals secretive research facilities

Apple makes one of the coolest gadgets that you will ever come across, whether it is a phone or a tablet or a laptop. And now, the City of Cupertino (the city where Apple is currently headquartered) publicly revealed the blueprints of the company’s upcoming campus, which apparently is even sexier than all the company’s list of gadgets.


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School made from discarded plastic bottles

Undoubtedly it’s a classroom but unlike normal ones this is a special one. The walls of this classroom do not have bricks. Actually this school building in San Pablo, Philippines is being built of discarded plastic bottles. A joint venture by designer Illac Diaz and MyShelter Foundation, the project is an inspiration as to how random discarded non-biodegradable stuff could be put to good use.


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