Even God must be amazed to see the wonders humans have created. Let us feast our eyes with some of the mind-blowing Architecture & Designs from different parts of the World
Inside The $5 Billion Apple Headquarters
What looks like a giant spaceship parked in the lush flats of Cupertino, California, is actually tech giant Apple’s new HQ. Fittingly named the Apple Park, this stunning architecture sprawls across 176 acres of land and might just be one of the most stunning campuses in the world. Despite its incredibly futuristic looks, the apple park has been a long time in the making, with Steve Jobs first announcing the project way back in 2006. It took 8 long years of planning, proposals, and permit applications, but by 2014 construction was well underway – and by 2017, the vast apple workforce was already starting to move in. The massive ring-shaped building is now an iconic symbol of the Apple brand and is a fantastic testament to the company’s dedication to effortless design, sustainability, and the future of technology.
What’s Inside of the White House?
The White House is full of lots of interesting rooms. A lot of people don’t realize that this information is public! Please join me as we take a walk through the different rooms and what they are used for.
The Brilliant Engineering Behind Burj Khalifa
Richard Hammond visits the world’s tallest building, the 828 meter tall Burj Khalifa. Together with structural engineer Bill Baker, they explain how this monumental feat was achieved in the middle of a windy desert.
What’s inside of Buckingham Palace?
Buckingham Palace is in London and is the home to the Queen of the United Kingdom and to the Royal Family. In this video, we try to show as much as we can about the interiors of the building! Unfortunately, not everything is open to the public but we’ll do the best we can. we will show you where the famous rooms are such as the throne room, music room, white drawing-room, ball room, grand staircase and more!
What’s Inside of the Burj Khalifa?
The Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest building in the world! (as of 2018) This video shows you all about it – surrounding landscape, the shape of the building, what the floors are used for, elevator system, and comparisons to other tall buildings.
The Seven Wonders of the World
- Great Wall of China Built Between the 5th Century B.C. And the 16th Century, the Great Wall of China is a Stone-and-earth Fortification Created to Protect the Borders of the Chinese Empire From Invading Mongols. The Great Wall is Actually a Succession of Multiple Walls Spanning Approximately 4,000 Miles, Making It the World’s Longest Manmade Structure.
2. The Roman Colosseum (Rome) Built Between 70 A.D And 80 A.D, It Was in Use for Some 500 Years. The Elliptical Structure Sat Nearly 50,000 Spectators, Who Gathered to Watch the Gladiatorial Events as Well as Other Public Spectacles, Including Battle Reenactments, Animal Hunts and Executions. Earthquakes and Stone-robbers Have Left the Colosseum in a State of Ruin, but Portions of the Structure Remain Open to Tourists, and Its Design Still Influences the Construction of Modern-day Amphitheaters, Some 2,000 Years Later.
3. Christ the Redeemer Statue (Rio De Janeiro) Christ the Redeemer Statue Has Been Looming Over the Brazilians From Upon Corcovado Mountain in an Awe-inspiring State of Eternal Blessing Since 1931. The 130-foot Reinforced Concrete-and-soapstone Statue Was Designed by Heitor Da Silva Costa and Cost Approximately $250,000 to Build, the Statue Has Become an Easily Recognized Icon for Rio and Brazil.
4. Machu Picchu (Peru) Machu Picchu, an Incan City of Sparkling Granite Precariously Perched Between 2 Towering Andean Peaks, is Thought by Scholars to Have Been a Sacred Archaeological Center for the Nearby Incan Capital of Cusco. Built at the Peak of the Incan Empire in the Mid-1400s, This Mountain Citadel Was Later Abandoned by the Incas. The Site Remained Unknown Except to Locals Until 1911, When It Was Rediscovered by Archaeologist Hiram Bingham.
5. Taj Mahal (Agra, India) A Mausoleum Commissioned for the Wife of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the Taj Mahal Was Built Between 1632 and 1648, the White Marble Structure Represents a Number of Architectural Styles, Including Persian, Islamic, Turkish and Indian. The Taj Mahal Also Encompasses Formal Gardens of Raised Pathways, Sunken Flower Beds and a Linear Reflecting Pool.
6. Chichen Itza (Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico) The Genius and Adaptability of Mayan Culture Can Be Seen in the Splendid Ruins of Chichen Itza. This Powerful City, a Trading Center for Cloth, Slaves, Honey and Salt, Flourished From Approximately 800 to 1200, and Acted as the Political and Economic Hub of the Mayan Civilization. The Most Familiar Ruin at the Site is El Caracol, a Sophisticated Astronomical Observatory.
7. Petra (Jordan) Declared a World Heritage Site in 1985, Petra Was the Capital of the Nabataean Empire of King Aretas the Fourth, the Members of This Civilization Proved to Be Early Experts in Manipulating Water Technology, Constructing Intricate Tunnels and Water Chambers, Which Helped Create a Pseudo-oasis. A Number of Incredible Structures Carved Into Stone, a 4,000-seat capacity Amphitheater and the El-Deir Monastery Have Also Helped the Site Earn Its Fame
Inside 7 Star Hotel
Dubai hosts the only 7-star hotel in the world, and it’s a place only the richest can afford. Imagine your room came with its own luxury, personal Rolls Royce, and chauffeur, to drive you anywhere you please – that’s the class you’ll find in this type of presidential suite! The Burj Al Arab is one of the most luxurious and expensive hotels in the world, and the only hotel to have a 7-star rating. It’s decked out with 24-carat gold accents, a ceiling covered in Swarovski crystals, and the largest atrium in the world. It’s also home to one of the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, which features jacuzzis, a library, and even a private cinema, as well as breathtaking panoramic views. Located on a private island in Dubai, the hotel caters to the world’s elite with the best restaurants, including Al Mahara with its tropical aquariums and delectable seafood. It also features the relaxing and award-winning Talise Spa and the Terrace, a relaxing beach-platform with over 1,000 tonnes of imported white sand.
The Buildings That Made India
Each representing a different part of the country’s culture and evolution through history, these are the buildings that made India. This video was powered by Bluebeam
Dubai Creek Tower: Building the World’s Tallest Structure
Rising to a height of 1.3 kilometers, Dubai Creek Tower is set to become the tallest man-made structure in history.
What’s inside of the Eiffel Tower?
Inside Google’s Massive Headquarters
We all use its services every day, it answers our most bizarre questions, you’re even watching this video using the company’s video streaming platform. We’re talking Google, or more importantly, it’s bank busting Silicon Valley headquarters. A short walk from the San Francisco Bay Area, and a stone’s throw away from other multinational headquarters like Apple Park and the homes of Facebook, eBay and Netflix, sits the 26-acre site on which we find Googleplex. Based in Mountain View, the Google headquarters gets its name from a play on words. Most evidently, it is a combination of Google and complex. But spelled a little differently, googolplex is an incredibly large number, with lots of zeros after it. The latter explanation is probably a hint towards Google’s global monopoly, and its incredible successes.
Dubai Evolution from 1960 to 2021
Visual Effects time-lapse film showing Dubai evolution over 58 years and 5 years of expected project completion by 2021. Dubai’s transformation and development as a city over the last decade is certainly unmatched on a regional basis. According to Knight Frank Middle East Hub Report 2018, Dubai’s status as a global hub will continue to strengthen given its extensive connectivity, strong economic prospects, low tax system, and safe haven status which are all underpinned by world-class amenities and infrastructure. The Hub Report 2018 clearly ranks UAE 1st in the region in “Ease of Doing Business”