The atrium is 636-feet-tall, nearly 50 feet taller than the previous record holder in the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai.
The terminal will be part of Rail Baltica, a planned rail system that will connect Estonia with Poland, Lithuania and Latvia.
This isn’t your grandmother’s folding chair.
Modeled after a melting ice cube, it’s the late Pritzker Prize laureate’s first and only design to hit the streets of Dubai.
The 261-room hotel reflects elements of Nanjing’s history and culture.
If you need to escape the triplex, catch a movie in this iconic building’s own private IMAX theater.
The 40,000-seat stadium was designed by the architect before her death in 2016.
According to the man who calls it home.
This architectural marvel will be the only hotel the late architect designed inside and out.