Chinese 2008 Olympic Swim Center

Chinese 2008 Olympic Swim Center

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Check out some pictures of the new swimming center for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. It looks like a giant watercube, which is what it’s supposed to look like.

“Our ‘Watercube’ concept is a simple and concise square form that ultimately uses the water bubble theory to create the structure and building cladding, and which makes the design so unique. It appears random and playful like a natural system, yet is mathematically very rigorous and repetitious. The transparency of water, with the mystery of the bubble system, engages those both inside and out of the structure to consider their own experiences with water,” says Andrew Frost, Director of Sydney-based design firm PTW.


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  2. girrrrrrr2 says:

    how did they make this???

  3. Raul says:

    peace by peace, it takes lot of time

  4. girrrrrrr2 says:

    no i mean how thick the glass is…

  5. Izl says:

    If theats real, greatest . building . ever .

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