Fossil-shaped buildings showcase geology in the Arabian desert
The recently-completed Buhais Geology Park is quite unusual but takes its place well among the rugged desert landscape in Sharjah, UAE. It's inspired by fossils that are present on the site and is designed to resemble fossilized sea urchins.
Sharjah desert visitor centre takes its shape from prehistoric sea urchins
Hopkins Architects has completed the Buhais Geology Park Interpretive Centre on a former prehistoric sea in the emirate of Sharjah, UAE.
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SOM escapes mediocrity with skyscraper in Beijing’s Dawangjing
BEIJING – The city of Beijing is rapidly building new business districts – and where there’s a business district there must be skyscrapers.
Examples of red architecture are rolled up into a book by Phaidon
The book Red: Architecture in Monochrome published by Phaidon collects 150 buildings worldwide all finished off in the vibrant shade of red and is a bold insight into the colour’s architectural lexicon of moods and expressions
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Completed in 2017 in Sumida, Japan. Images by Masao Nishikawa. This home is located in the old town area of eastern Tokyo, where the atmosphere of an industrial district still lingers. The client, who works at a...