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Crystal Houses, Amsterdam
The Crystal Houses Amsterdam boasts a fully transparent glass exterior that beautifully complements the high-end luxury of the Chanel store while upkeeping traditional Dutch heritage. The extensive use of glass replicates the design of the original buildings, down to even the most intricate details. The use of glass bricks, glass window frames and glass architraves are a unique yet brilliant way to merge modern, innovative architectural designs with the history and culture of Amsterdam.
The National Centre for the Performing Arts, China
The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), or the Egg as its more colloquially known, is a massive dome of titanium and glass located in Beijing. Although it faced some opposition during its manufacture, the Egg creates a strikingly modern, almost futuristic architectural design that highlights the capital as a city of innovation and importance.
The Louvre Pyramid, Paris
The Louvre Pyramid acts as the main entrance to the Louvre Museum and comprises a beautiful, contemporary blend of glass and metal. Surrounded by three smaller pyramids, the unique design serves as an iconic landmark for the city of Paris. In keeping with the elegance of the palace itself, the monument has even become a tourist attraction in its own right.