The Centro Abierto de Actividades Ciudadanas Adds Color

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published:   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: paredespino & contemporist
ParedesPino Architects' the Centro Abierto de Actividades Ciudadanas in Cordoba, Spain is a collection of large umbrella-like circles that cover a free space. Thanks to birds-eye view shots we get to see how beautiful and breathtaking the colored circles look from above. Down below it acts as a covered space that looks quite surreal.

The Centro Abierto de Actividades Ciudadanas is breathtaking from every angle.

Implications - Machines and technology have given architects and designers the ability to transform virtually any vision, no matter how outrageous, into reality. While wonders of the world were once reserved for only a few small nations, today, almost every country has at least one major architectural masterpiece worth viewing. This continued ease with which cool and revolutionary concepts are being completed is not just changing the face of architecture, but also of travel and tourism.

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