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City in the Sky.

VIA Likecool.com The concept inspired by a lotus flower. Cool ‘City in the Sky’ by Megatropolis literally resembles blooming flowers in the form of large-scale skyscrapers. “City in the sky is a concept about a tranquil oasis above the mega

City in the Sky.

VIA Likecool.com The concept inspired by a lotus flower. Cool ‘City in the Sky’ by Megatropolis literally resembles blooming flowers in the form of large-scale skyscrapers. “City in the sky is a concept about a tranquil oasis above the mega

Top O’ The Shard.

VIA io9.com What it’s like to (illegally) climb London’s tallest building. When it’s completed next month, the Shard of Glass will be Western Europe’s tallest skyscraper, topping out at 1,017 feet. Even though this shimmering pyramid isn’t open to the

Top O’ The Shard.

VIA io9.com What it’s like to (illegally) climb London’s tallest building. When it’s completed next month, the Shard of Glass will be Western Europe’s tallest skyscraper, topping out at 1,017 feet. Even though this shimmering pyramid isn’t open to the

Tower Envy.

VIA io9.com In 1890, the English held a contest to design London’s wacky rip-off of the Eiffel Tower. Inspired by the financial success of the Eiffel Tower — which was erected in Paris for the 1889 World’s Fair — a

Tower Envy.

VIA io9.com In 1890, the English held a contest to design London’s wacky rip-off of the Eiffel Tower. Inspired by the financial success of the Eiffel Tower — which was erected in Paris for the 1889 World’s Fair — a

Seattle Space Needle’s 50th anniversary in 2012.

As part of the celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Needle was painted “Galaxy Gold” in April 2012, the same color used when the needle was originally constructed for the 1962 World’s Fair. Located at the Seattle Center, it was

Seattle Space Needle’s 50th anniversary in 2012.

As part of the celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Needle was painted “Galaxy Gold” in April 2012, the same color used when the needle was originally constructed for the 1962 World’s Fair. Located at the Seattle Center, it was

The Shard.

The Shard is a skyscraper in London, United Kingdom. Standing 309.6 metres (1,016 ft) above ground level, it is the tallest building in Europe, and is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. The Shard replaced Southwark Towers, a

The Shard.

The Shard is a skyscraper in London, United Kingdom. Standing 309.6 metres (1,016 ft) above ground level, it is the tallest building in Europe, and is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. The Shard replaced Southwark Towers, a

The ArcelorMittal Orbit.

The ArcelorMittal Orbit is a 115-metre-high (377 ft) observation tower in the Olympic Park in Stratford, London. The steel sculpture is Britain’s largest piece of public art, and is intended to be a permanent, lasting legacy of London’s hosting of the

The ArcelorMittal Orbit.

The ArcelorMittal Orbit is a 115-metre-high (377 ft) observation tower in the Olympic Park in Stratford, London. The steel sculpture is Britain’s largest piece of public art, and is intended to be a permanent, lasting legacy of London’s hosting of the

Tokyo Skytree.

Opened May 22 2012, the Tokyo Skytree measures 2,080 feet and is the tallest tower in the world. The Tokyo Skytree, surpasses China’s Canton Tower (600 meters high) as the world’s tallest tower, but is still nearly 200 meters shy

Tokyo Skytree.

Opened May 22 2012, the Tokyo Skytree measures 2,080 feet and is the tallest tower in the world. The Tokyo Skytree, surpasses China’s Canton Tower (600 meters high) as the world’s tallest tower, but is still nearly 200 meters shy

Abandoned Yugoslavian Monuments by Jan Kempenaers.

From The Coolist: While Yugoslavia has long since dissolved, abandoned monuments remain that recall the nation’s glory in the second world war. Photographer Jan Kempenaers has traveled throughout the Balkans to photograph these wild, strange structures that have lost much

Abandoned Yugoslavian Monuments by Jan Kempenaers.

From The Coolist: While Yugoslavia has long since dissolved, abandoned monuments remain that recall the nation’s glory in the second world war. Photographer Jan Kempenaers has traveled throughout the Balkans to photograph these wild, strange structures that have lost much