Gone are the days when poverty and self-denial were considered the true signs of Christianity and other religions. These days, most places of worship can substitute for mansions where believers walk in for prayers, miracles, spiritual upliftment, financial breakthroughs and more. In truth, religious buildings have become one of the most impressive architectural works in … Continue reading God-be-Praised: Amazing Architectural Designs for Religious Buildings
China's tallest building (a 127-story super skyscraper) in Shanghai opened its first doors to the public on Wednesday. It is valued at 14.8billion yuan ($2.28 billion). The opening ceremony for the Shanghai Tower's basement, which will house an exhibition on skyscrapers, and a five-story annex signify the upcoming completion of a building that has taken … Continue reading Architecture: Inside View of China’s Tallest Building Made Public.
Dame Zaha Hadid was known as 'queen of the curve' for her amazing architectural ideas. Will Gompertz a BBC Arts Editor called her "an extraordinary human being". "She was not only one of Britain's greatest architects, but one of the world's great architects of the 21st century and late 20th century." On hearing the news of Zaha … Continue reading Iconic Structures From The Late Genius Zaha Hadid.
Zaha Hadid is known for her jaw-dropping architectural works. She has built many iconic buildings some of which remains a mystery made possible by black magic, as simple as it could get. She was a genius. Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) passed away on March, 31. It is with great sorrow that her passing is mourned. Dame … Continue reading Mysterious Zaha Hadid Brings Wizardry to Architecture.
"Cities will no longer be allowed to build more 'meaningless and weird' structures devoid of cultural tradition in the future," according to a new directive from the central government of China. The State Council and the Communist Party of China Central Committee issued the directive on Sunday. It says buildings should be "suitable, economic, green and … Continue reading Forbidden architectural works in China