Unique design of Colloquially Water Cube and first Island resort Architectural buildings.

Oct 16, 2019

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Digital Beijing

The digital Beijing building is located in Beijing's Chaoyang District, on the Olympic Green, northwest of the intersection of the restless west and the Anxiang North road. It is a 57-meter-long block-shaped building designed to serve as a data center during the 2008 Summer Olympics. Since then, it has served as both the digital museum and the display space for digital technology companies for the use of computing in the Olympics. This was the only major facility on the Olympic Green, which is not an event venue for sports, and was the only major Olympic facility designed by the Chinese architect. He was interested in the connections between architect, Pei Zhu, traditional Chinese design and digital technology. For the first time in China, using a few new materials, he made a durable building, like a circuit board seen from either side of the process or seen from a bar code. Both of these have been praised for keeping away from the ketch and they have been criticized like Orwell's Ministry of Truth. The 2008 World Architecture Festival was shortlisted in its category.

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Water Cube

The Beijing National Aquatics Center, officially known as the National Aquatic Center and also known as the colloquially Water Cube, is the Aquatic Center, which was built alongside the Beijing National Stadium in the Olympic Green for the 2008 Summer Olympics swimming competition. Despite its nickname, the building is not a real cube, but a cuboid. The ground was demolished on December 24, 2003 and the center was completed on January 28, 2008 and its use was carried out. During the 2008 Olympics, water cube swim breaks 25 world records. After the 2008 Olympics, 200 million yuan improvements have been made to turn the building into its water park. The building was officially re-opened on August 8, 2010. They will arrange curling at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

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Atlantis The Palm, Dubai is a luxury hotel resort on the top of Palm Jumeirah in the United Arab Emirates. It was the first resort to be built on the island and is based on the Atlantis myth, but it includes different Arab elements. On September 24, 2008, this remedy started as a joint venture between the Kerzner International Holdings Limited and Istithmar. There are two residential wings in a 1,539-odd-themed theme-based resort, which includes the East and West Tower, which is connected by the Royal Bridge Suite. It is complemented by Aqua Venture Water Park and Nasimi Beach, which frequently hosts the concert and other events.