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Perhaps one of the greatest joys of traveling is drinking in the local culture. Its essence is all around: reflected in the food, the textiles, dialects and of course, the design buildings Architecture.
There are many different types of buildings all throughout the world, and occasionally a design building is built that captivates a city or even a nation. Enjoy the Ambiens VR guide and tell us how many of these you have already visited and where you will go next!
Burj Al Arab
The building defines the Dubai skyline. It was built in 1994 and is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. The hotel features a 590-foot tall atrium, a large seawater aquarium, two restaurants and 202 luxuriously appointed suites. It was designed by Tom Wright and built by Atkins for Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts. It is currently the second largest hotel in the world.
The design buildings, which held the titled of tallest in the world between 1998-2004, are an iconic landmark of the capital city. The distinctive style was created by Cesar Pelli and Achmad Murdijat, Engineer Deejay Cerico and designer Dominic Saibo.
Juedisches Museum Berlin
This world-famous building is a “symbol of Berlin’s incredible cultural development in housing a museum which integrates, for the first time in post-war Germany, the history of the Jews in Germany and the repercussions of the Holocaust”.
The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is not only one of the most famous 20th century buildings globally, but it is credited with the current phenomenon of so-called ‘iconic architecture’.
It is an iconic design building architecture and one of the most recognizable constructions on the London skyline. Built between 1978 and 1986, it was created by Architect Richard Rogers and it also features 12 exterior lifts, which were the first one in the UK.
Fallingwater is falling down. This will come as no surprise to anyone who has ever doubted the structural stability of one of the world’s most beautiful and enchanting house, designed as a weekend family home by Frank Lloyd Wright. The house, built on an outcrop of rock over a waterfall at Bear Run deep in the Pennsylvanian forest, was completed in 1939.
There is no better way to both relax and be inspired than jetting off somewhere you have never been before.