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Upside Down House

Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastion Mikuciuk created this upside down house for an exhibit in Trassenheide, Germany. It's clearly unlivable but still a lot of fun. 

World’s first curved bridge - The Helix Bridge

Linking Marina Bay to Marina Centre, the Helix Bridge, is set to become Singapore’s next landmark. Located beside the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, alongside the vehicular Bayfront Bridge, it was officially opened on 24 April 2010 and is the world’s first curved bridge.

This 280-metre pedestrian linkway – the longest in Singapore – features a world’s first ‘double-helix’ structure, designed by an international design consortium, comprising of Australian architects Cox Group and engineers Arup, together with Singapore-based Architects 61. Inspired by the yin and yang concept in Asian culture, the architecturally unique bridge is said to bring wealth, happiness and prosperity to Marina Bay.

The Helix Bridge is an engineering feat assembled with great precision. Its curved design is created by two opposing spiral steel members, held together by a series of connecting struts, symbolising “life and continuity”, “renewal”, “everlasting abundance” and “growth”,  and resembles the structure of DNA.

The Boston University Bridge

The Boston University Bridge is the only spot in America where a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane.

Thousands of Stickers to Thousands of Kids

Ever wonder what would happen if you gave your kids thousands of stickers and complete freedom?

Artist Yayoi Kusama recreated Australian domestic environment, complete with locally sourced furniture and ornamentation, all of which has been painted completely white to serve as a giant white canvas. The museum’s smallest visitors were then given thousands of colored dot stickers and invited to transform the space.

The installation, entitled The Obliteration Room, is part of "Kusama’s Look Now, See Forever" exhibition. | Site Maintained by Shyam Srinivas | Admin Login
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