Unbalanced and unique shapes commercial and Government buildings

Oct 16, 2019

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Device to Root out Evil

It was created as a sculpture by American artist Denise Oppenheim. Initially called 'Church', it was suggested to stay in Church Street, the New York City’s Public Art Fund, where the artist lived. However, it was considered highly controversial and hence the name changed and sculpture fabricated made and installed as part of the 1997 Venice Biennale. Stanford University approved the purchase in 2003, but was decided by the chairman of Stanford who decided it; Unfair for campus Later in 2005, it was established in Vancouver, Canada's public park, as part of the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale, but was again submerged by controversy and later moved to Glen bow Museum in Calgary, where it was on display until 2014.

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The crooked house

Located in Sopot, Poland, this commercial building is a popular landmark for tourists and photographers. Built in 2004, by the design team of the Szotynscy & Zaleski, this 4,000 square meter building is a part of the Rezydent Shopping Center. Inspiration for an unusual shape building came from Polish fairy tale paintings by Paul Marcin Szancer and Pare Dahlberg. Although being applied by a person playing around with Photoshop, tourists are often hesitant to enter the decapitation-inspiration entry.

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Museum of Contemporary Art

Australia's Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney (MCA) in short is an Australian Museum dedicated to exhibition, interpretation and collection of contemporary art from Australia and around the world. It is located on the western coast of Circular Quay in the Art Deco-style former Maritime Services Board building.

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ING Headquarters

ING Group is the Dutch Multinational Banking and Financial Services Corporation, which is headquartered in Amsterdam. Its primary industries are retail banking, direct banking, commercial banking, investment banking, wealth management and insurance services. ING brief form of the Internationale Nederlanden Groep. The orange lion group on the ING logo shows the Dutch origin. ING is the Dutch member of the Inter-alpha Group of Banks, which is a cooperative consortium of 11 leading European banks. ING Bank 2012 was included in the list of globally recognized banks.