The International Criminal Court is Guilty of Having a Snazzy Design

By: Alex Scott - Published: • References: and dezeen
When most people think of courts, they picture these bland, lifeless government buildings with little to no natural light and zero aesthetic appeal. The only time you might see a somewhat decent looking one is on Law and Order. Archtiectural firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen has come up with possibly the prettiest design for a hall of justice yet. The International Criminal Court model features a look that will lift any convicted felon's spirit.

Featuring see-through glass walls and indoor gardens, the International Criminal Court seems more like an addition for an Ivy League school rather than a place where criminal sentencing happens.