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1. Linked Hybrid

Do you want to design a beautiful building someday? You better work hard, so you can design something like the Linked Hybrid someday. Composed of 8 connected towers, it represents a wonderful vision for urban development this 21st century. In order to fight the isolation often connected with luxury gated communities and residential buildings, the architects included open, wide passages at the ground level.

2. The Shard

The Shard is a 72-story skyscraper that completely transformed the skyline of Great Britain. It is a popular view in Western Europe! It is composed of 8 angle-glass façade which reflect the surrounding sky and city, and then provide clear glimpses inside.

This establishment is intended to function as a vertical village–a multi-functional building with restaurants, offices and apartments.

3. Perot Museum (Nature and Science)

Sheathed in textured concrete panels, Perot Museum is composed of a 5-story cube, fractured at a single corner. At the exterior part of the cube is a glass-enclosed escalator, whisking people to the top-floor entrance to the museum exhibits.

4. Parrish Art Museum

Someday, you will work at a top architect firm in Kuala Lumpur, and design something like the Parrish Art Museum. This museum is topped with a roof of corrugated metal, and perfectly blends with the entire setting.

5. Guangzhou Opera House

Guangzhou Opera House is composed of 2 dynamic structure, the smaller housing that has a little 400- seat sale, or a glided 1-800-seat hall.