The International Flower Auction Store is Amazingly Angled

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 8, 2011 • References: archdaily & cribcandy
There is something quirky about the International Flower Auction Store. I can't help but go back to my elementary school days of math and geometry when I look at this structure, which drums up images of various obtuse triangles.

Designed by CnT, the International Flower Auction Store is located in Bangalore, India. Rather poetically, the upper triangle actually represents a flower while its slender supports stands as a 'stem.' Therefore, its design embodies the spirit of a flower. Stats for Obtuse Triangled Structures Trending: Older & Chilly
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