It's not often that one comes across a building in the shape of a teapot, but the Wuxi Wanda Cultural City center has pulled off this feat with surprising elegance. The exhibition space is both impressive and memorable.
From the outside, the building takes on a round shape, with the center carved out and a spout-like section situated on the side of the structure. The interior of the space is also impressive, and has a roller coaster and even a ferris wheel. At night the open middle section lights up in a bright blue color, gaining attention from anyone who walks by.
Although using teapots as the basis for an architectural design is not common, this example demonstrates just how much one can do when thinking outside the box.
Photo Credits: designboom, designboom.cn
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