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"Turning Torso at Night" Photography art prints and posters by Michael Roderfeld - ARTFLAKES.COM

"Turning Torso at Night" Photography art prints and posters by Michael Roderfeld - ARTFLAKES.COM

Wat Samphran Temple, Bangkok, Thailand. Jorge Macedo Photography. Hard to find the history of this mysterious building but semi-abandonned at one point & lacking maintenance due to past reputation (this link has some info & lots of great photos). Monks are welcoming but some parts are not open to the public.

Wat Samphran Temple, Bangkok, Thailand. Jorge Macedo Photography. Hard to find the history of this mysterious building but semi-abandonned at one point & lacking maintenance due to past reputation (this link has some info & lots of great photos). Monks are welcoming but some parts are not open to the public.

Turning Torso. Malmö. Situada en Malmö, en Suecia, este rascacielos es una de las obras más famosas de Calatrava, y un auténtico icono de la ciudad de Malmö —de hecho fue construido con este objetivo, tras el desmantelamiento de la “Grúa Kockums”—. Basado en una escultura del propio arquitecto, el torso en giro se retuerce 90º en sus 190 metros de altura (es el más alto de Escandinavia). En 2005 recibió el premio MIPIM al “Mejor edificio residencial del mundo”:

Turning Torso. Malmö. Situada en Malmö, en Suecia, este rascacielos es una de las obras más famosas de Calatrava, y un auténtico icono de la ciudad de Malmö —de hecho fue construido con este objetivo, tras el desmantelamiento de la “Grúa Kockums”—. Basado en una escultura del propio arquitecto, el torso en giro se retuerce 90º en sus 190 metros de altura (es el más alto de Escandinavia). En 2005 recibió el premio MIPIM al “Mejor edificio residencial del mundo”:

Choi Jeong Hwa salvaged doors facade

Artist Covers 10-Storey Building With 1,000 Recycled Doors

In 2005, the Turning Torso building was inaugurated in the Swedish city of Malmö. The project, brainchild of Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, was based on his “Twisting Torso” sculpture, comprising a marble piece in the form of a twisting human torso.

In 2005, the Turning Torso building was inaugurated in the Swedish city of Malmö. The project, brainchild of Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, was based on his “Twisting Torso” sculpture, comprising a marble piece in the form of a twisting human torso.

I like this building because it looks like it could be the worlds tallest building and I like the way its shaped and has an over lapping look.. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

I like this building because it looks like it could be the worlds tallest building and I like the way its shaped and has an over lapping look.. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

Turning torso, Malmö, Sweden Santiago Calatrava

These Skytwisters Are the 21st Century's Answer to the Skyscraper

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