The International Criminal Court is Guilty of Having a Snazzy Design

By: Alex Scott - Published: Mar 17, 2010 • References: & 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. Stats for Transparent Legal Structures Trending: Older & Chilly
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