Thinking of puzzles? Why not? The creation of the sculptures with numerous individual pieces of stainless steel plates is no mean feat and can obviously be compared to a huge solved puzzle with all pieces in their correct positions.
What should a Pixel House look like? You are actually looking at one! With serrated outlines, the compact structure created by individual bricks is quite a show by itself. Even the curved surface of the house shows a neat arrangement of jutting out bricks making it worth its name.
The amazing bridge you see above is the Paik Nam June Media bridge in South Korea, that has been planned to re-define what a bridge is all about. Other than its futuristic looks, this man-made structure will have museums, shopping malls, libraries and of course a full-service bridge across the Han river.
When Summer is around, cool treats are a must. An ice-cream on a stick with a chocolate flavor would be a great choice, but just not this one, although it looks kinda yummy and waiting to be licked. For a change this ice-cream won’t even melt if you leave it in room temperature because it is a HDD called the Mint Hard created by the Korean design firm, mintpass.
The above reveals the marvel of the architectural concepts that has been proposed for the city of Ansan in South Korea. It is a joint venture of BIG, INABA, MAD and mass studies. Some more pictures that follow will surely dazzle you.
Netherlands based architects MVRDV has come up with this great design of an incredible new city called Gwanggyo Power Center, located south of Seoul, South Korea. Several organic hill structures combine to form this magnificent city which will be completely self-sufficient and would support 77,000 residents.