There is something inherently striking about a geometry-inspired building. And I’m not talking about rectangular buildings, which are seeing the end of their days as architectural forms. I’m talking about triangular structures, the kind of structures that need only three points—the kind of structures that make any city skyline look breathtakingly beautiful if only because they resemble the greatness that was the Eyptian pyramids.
From modern Ziggurat architecture to landmark toilets, here are some of the most awe-inspiring triangular structures in the world.
First Skyscraper in Paris
7 Star Dubai Hotel
Awesome Architecture in Iran
Hotel of Doom
From Solar-Powered Pyramids to Triangular Jungle Shelters
By: Katherine Vong - Published: Nov 12, 2009