Robust rotating brick walls, like that of the SAHRDC by Anagram Architects, offer ultimate style and functionality for the people of New Dehli, India.
This ancient-looking wall is a design for the South Asian Human Right Documentation Center; it encompass curvaceous designs with bricks that rotate. Designed to block out nuances from the rowdy crowded streets, Anagram Architects erected this eye-catching fortification that's aesthetically pleasing and functional.
The empty spaces in between the rotating bricks create drastic shadow effects from natural lighting. It also allows ventilation to penetrate the barricaded vicinity. The use of fire-red bricks is a familiar appearance in Indian architecture and contemporary touches come with the textured walls. SAHRDC by Anagram Architects is a standing structure that spews out admirable craftsmanship.
Photo Credits: designboom, anagramarchitects
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