One of the world famous Ryugyong Hotel by Guinness World Records and other buildings

Oct 16, 2019

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Ryugyong Hotel

Ryugyong Hotel or Yu-Kyung Hotel is a 330-meter-high pyramid-shaped skyscraper in Pyongyang, North Korea. His name is also one of Pyongyang's historical names. The building is known as 105 Buildings, which refers to the number of its floors. The building has been used as a mixed-use development, which includes the hotel. This building is currently listed as the longest-built building in the world by Guinness World Records.

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Container City

Two parts of the shipping container architecture in Poplar, London, England on the Leamouth Peninsula are named Container City. It is a tool to use a standard forty-foot equivalent unit shipping container at the end of his life, mainly for making flexible housing and low-cost offices. A number of buildings have been installed mainly in East London using this method. In the first London Borough of Tower Hamlets, in 2001, in four days, and in Trinity Boulevard Wharf, it was fitted for more than five months. This was expanded in the second phase in 2002 and in 2005 the offices were constructed in the Riverside Building.

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Erwin Wurm: House Attack

House Attack was an architecture built in Central Vienna, Austria. Austrian artist Erwin wurm contributed to the publicity stunt in the form of architecture with the Museum Modernist Kunst, for which he held a cottage-sized house in a precarious position beside a large gray building. Completed in October 2006, the house fell from the sky and set itself up in a museum.

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Nakagin Capsule Tower

The Nakagin Capsule Tower is a mixed-use residential and office tower designed by architect Kisho Kurokawaand, which is located in Shimbashi, Tokyo, Japan. Completed in just 30 days in 1972, this building is a rare example of Japanese metabolism, which is a cryptographic movement of Japanese posterior cultural revival. It was the world's first example of capsule architecture built for permanent and practical use. The building still exists but it has become defamed. By October 2012, 140 capsules are used as apartments, while others are used for storage or office space, or are left vacant and allowed to spoil. After incorporating in September 2015, Tokyo-based photography company EYExplore transferred its office to one place in capsules, "We want to take a stand and be part of this historic unique building rather than save power love. Recently, capsules are still hired in August 2017 The waiting list, however, remains longer.