architecture
Missing something? Astonishing buildings with giant holes in the middle
Updated 15th December 2016
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Buro Ole Scheeren . Axel Springer Campus . Berlin (1)
Missing something? Astonishing buildings with giant holes in the middle
Architects know that a hole isn't always empty. Removing a portion of a structure creates an entryway for light, alters the experience of those inside, and influences how a building fits into its surroundings.
From a giant ice cube to a building shaped like a coin, it seems architects are increasingly drawn to buildings you can see straight through. See some of the most remarkable examples in the gallery above.
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