Beijing National Stadium
The Beijing National Stadium, officially the National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, is the stadium in Beijing. The stadium was jointly designed by architect Jacques Herzog and Herzog and De Meuron, project architect Stefan Marbach, artist Ai Weiwei and CADG, headed by Chief Chief Architect Li Xinggang. The stadium was designed for use in 2008 Summer Olympics and the Paralympics and will be used again in the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Bird's Nest sometimes installs some extra floating large screens on the stadium stand.
CCTV Tower – China Central Television Headquarters
CMG headquarters is 234-meter (768 feet), 51-story skyscraper, which is on the Guangua Road in East Third Ring Road, Beijing Central Business District (CBD). Tower serves as the headquarters for the China Media Group (CMG), which is located 15 km west of the west on 11 Fuxin Road in the China Central Television Building. (9.3 miles). Ground breaking was done on June 1, 2004, and the facade of the building was completed in January 2008. There was a delay due to fire after construction, which was surrounded by the nearby television cultural center in February 2009, the headquarters were completed in May 2012 and opened on the last day officially. 2016. Winning World's Best Tall Building 2013 from CMG Headquarters Council on Tool Buildings and Urban Habitat. Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren were architects for this building, while Cecile provided outstanding engineering design to Cecil Balmond.
The Egg New York, USA
Egg is a performing arts place in Albany, New York. It was named for its shape; this building was designed by Harrison and Abramovitz as part of the Empire State Plaza project, and was built between 1966 and 1978. It is located in the northeast corner of the Plaza. It has become an icon of New York's Capital District due to an unusual shape and central location. The New York State of General Services of Egg maintains. Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza Performing Arts Center Corporation is a New York State Public-Benefit Corporation, which was built in 1979 to administer the Performing Arts facility in Empire State Plaza.
The Ripley's building is the American franchise, which establishes Robert Replayley, which deals with strange events and things so strange and unusual that readers can question the claim. Originally a newspaper panel, they believe that the feature has not been proven popular and later it has been adopted in a variety of forms, including radio, television, comic books, chain of museums and book series. The Replay collection includes 20,000 photographs, 30,000 artifacts, and more than 100,000 cartoon panels. With 80-plus attractions, Orlando-based Replay Entertainment, Inc., a division of the Jim Pattison Group, is a global company that has an annual attendance of more than 12 million guests annually. The publication of Replay Entertainment and the Broadcast Division oversees numerous projects including syndicated TV series, newspaper cartoon panels, books, posters and games.