Millau Viaduct Bridge

The Millau Viaduct is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the valley of the River Tarn near Millau in southern France. Designed by the British architect Norman Foster and French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux, it is the tallest bridge in the world with one mast’s summit at 343 meters above the base of the structure. It is the 17th highest bridge Read More …

Sony Center

The Sony Center in Berlin is a part of a vast cultural and commercial quarters compromising seven buildings and covering some 120 acres on Potsdamer Platz. A number of well-known multinational corporations including  Sony and Daimler-Chrysler have been responsible for the developing sections of the scheme. Along wth its offices, Sony owns Four-story flagship style store and Sony Professional Center Site. Sony Center Read More …

Wembley Stadium

The Wembley stadium has the capacity to enclose 90,000 spectators, versatile events and sports take place in the Wembley stadium every once in a while. All these versatile sports need a high quality ground so all the athletes with great potential can perform their best. To maintain the turf some requirements are needed like right amount of sunlight not too Read More …

London Eye

The London eye is located in London, England. This enormous Ferris wheel is at a petrifying 135 meter height. The London eye is the cities landmark commonly known by tourists. The Husband-Wife team of architects responsible for the built of the wheel are signed up with a partnership with British airlines. David marks and Julia barefield drew the design of Read More …

Millennium Bridge

The Millennium Bridge located in Newcastle, England is not a normal bridge but a bridge which comes under the category ‘canal’. Canal bridges are huge bridges which are divided in two parts, when a ship is crossing by a canal bridge. The bridge will tilt itself 30-50m degrees up from both sides. Where as in the Millennium Bridge, the whole Read More …

Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament, a marvel of the modern day. Designed by Enric Miralles, This site is in Edinburgh’s medieval old town squeezed between a royal palaces. The Catalan architect started sketching flowers and plants as the base layout of the Scottish parliament. Architecturally there were no concessions either to traditional or modern principle rational designs. Problems were faced due to Read More …