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Beijing Civic Center’s Undulating Curves

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This fantastical design of the Beijing Civic Center has seemingly endless cantilevered arms, and is said to include a sledding hill, utilizing artificial snow. Designed by Aedas architecture from Hong Kong, the public center will house an olympic skating rink, shopping mall, cafes and more. A huge number of trees will be planted on the rooflines, adding some needed green to Beijing’s concrete jungle. Via Dezeen:

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