10 most impressive constructions are expected in 2019

Monday - 04/03/2019 19:14
Below are the impressive design works from the new international airport in Beijing, China to the tallest building in Africa.
10 impressive works
10 impressive works
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30 Hudson Yards, New York (USA)
With a height of 395 m, 30 Hudson Yards will be the second tallest office tower in New York when completed this year. There will be the tallest outdoor observatory in this city. Designed by architect Kohn Pedersen Fox, 30 Hudson Yards will be the new headquarters of WarnerMedia and its subsidiaries own HBO, CNN, Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros.

 

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Under, Lidnesnes, Norway
Located at a depth of nearly 5m in the North Sea, Under will become the first underwater restaurant in Europe and the largest in the world. Designed by Norwegian company Snøhetta, this 33-meter-long structure has a capacity of 100 guests with 3 floors, surrounded by a seabed scenery. Architects use reinforced concrete and acrylic glass windows to withstand water pressure as well as harsh conditions in Norwegian waters. Expected, this restaurant will open in the spring of this year.

 

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Leonardo, Johannesburg, South Africa
When completed, the Leonardo, 227 m high, will become the tallest building in Africa (however, will soon yield to the building Pinnacle Tower - 320m high expected to be inaugurated in Kenya in 2020). Designed by Co-Arc International Architects, this multifunctional building is like stacked boxes and has a panoramic view of Johannesburg.

 

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Beijing Daxing International Airport, Beijing, China
Beijing's new international airport has a design that, for example, comes from another world. Expected to open in October this year, the airport with an area of ​​nearly 700,000 square meters will serve 72 million passengers a year by 2025. The round design with 6 pillars of this airport is inspired by ant Traditional Chinese architecture.

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Bauhaus Museum, Weimar, Germany
The Bauhaus Museum is scheduled to open in Weimar, Germany this year, marking the 100-year history of a major influential design school in Germany. This museum was designed by architect Heike Hanada in collaboration with minimalist architect Benedict Tonon. Expected to open in April, this museum will display a collection of 13,000 works.

 

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Wuxi Taihu, Wuxi, China Theater
Expected to be completed later this year, the impressive theater designed by Steven Chilton Architects in Wuxi City, Jiangsu is inspired by China's largest bamboo forest nearby. The roof of this theater has the same design as the natural drooping leaf of the forest, while the white pillars represent the bamboo body surrounding the main pillar of the building. This work was included in the nomination of the Future Project Award at the World Architecture Festival last month.

 

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Norra Tornen, Stockholm, Sweden
Designed by architect Reinier de Graaf from the renowned architectural firm OMA, Norra Tornen consists of two surreal towers in the middle of the Swedish capital. The first 125 m high Innovationen Tower was completed at the end of last year, the other building Helix Tower is expected to be completed this year. Both buildings are built from precast concrete blocks and asymmetrical stacks.

 

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Qatar National Museum, Doha, Qatar
With an area of ​​nearly 40,000 m2, the new museum in the Qatar capital will display many valuable works of art, including the famous carpet of Pearl Carpet of Baroda embroidered over 1.5 million Gulf pearls. The museum is scheduled to open at the end of March.

 

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Humboldt Forum, Berlin, Germany
The demolished Berlin palace was destroyed during the long-awaited World War II which is nearing completion. In particular, the central museum Humboldt Forum is expected to be completed by the end of 2019. This controversial work has been going on for 15 years since the German government "greened" and more than a decade since architecture Monk Franco Stella won a contest to take over the design.

 

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Leeza SOHO, Beijing, China
The Leeza SOHO glass tower in Beijing is built by Zaha Hadid Architects with the world's tallest floor space (nearly 190m) - at the height of the whole project, connecting 2 towers with an area of ​​apartments and offices of more than 170,000 m2.

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