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Tiongkok melarang arsitektur ganjil

gambar-gambar: Tiongkok melarang arsitektur ganjil

  • dikutip dari bbc.co.uk

Pemerintah Tiongkok mengeluarkan suatu ajuan baru untuk melarang “arsitektur ganjil”, dan mencela beberapa “bangunan yang kelebihan, xenocentric, jahat” di negeri itu.

Tiongkok telah menyaksikan  sejumlah permata arsitektural yang menjamur dalam tahun-tahun terakhir, termasuk sebuah gedung berbentuk seperti teko teh dan yang lain seperti celana panjang.

Di bawah ajuan yang baru, bangunan-bangunan haruslah “memiliki fungsi ekonomis, menyenangkan secara keindahan” dan “akrab lingkungan”.

Berikut beberapa gedung petualang yang telah dibangun.

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Image copyrightLiu Jiao / Photoshot

The Guangzhou Circle dirancang oleh arsitek Itali Joseph di Pasquale dan dibuka pada tahun 2013. Gedung ini merupakan gedung berbentuk lingkaran terbesar dengan 138 m dan berdiri di tepian Sungai Mutiara,Tiongkok.

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Image copyrightCarlos Barria / Reuters

Teko teh ini adalah bentuk bangunan di Wuxi, Jiangsu province, has perhaps the most outlandish design. Asalnya dirancang sebagai kantor pemasaran dan kini termasuk pusat pameran.
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e copyrightPrisma Bildagentur AG / Alamy

Image captionThe headquarters of China Central Television (CCTV) was named the Best Tall Building Worldwide from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in 2013, yet some have called it “big pants” due to its resemblance to a pair of trousers.
Headquarters of the People's DailyImage copyrightJohn Sun / Eyepress / Photoshot

Image captionThe building of China’s state-run newspaper People’s Daily has often been remarked on for its phallic appearance, especially when seen as here with scaffolding in place. The 150m-tall tower is situated close to the CCTV building in Beijing’s business district.
Phoenix TowersImage copyrightChetwoods /Rex / Shutterstock

Image captionThe Phoenix Towers in Wuhan are to be one kilometre tall and are scheduled to be completed in the next couple of years. Their exteriors will be covered in solar panels.
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Image copyrightChinaFotoPress
/ Getty Images

Image captionThe Gate of the Orient was completed in 2014 in Suzhou, propinsi Jiangsu . Like the CCTV building, gedung ini sepintas mirip celana panjang.
Sunrise East Kempinski Hotel near the Yanqi Lake in the Huairou District of BeijingImage copyrightXinhua / Alamy Stock Photo

Image captionThe Sunrise East Kempinski Hotel  berlokasi dekat danau Yanqi di distrik Huairou ,kota Beijing.
Sheraton Hot Spring Resort, rubber ducks at the front, Taihu Lake, Huzhou, Zhejiang, ChinaImage copyrightAlamy

Image captionAnother dramatic looking hotel is the Sheraton Hot Spring Resort on Taihu Lake, Huzhou, which comes complete with rubber ducks.
A general view shows the City Library (left) and the Ordos Museum building in the city centre of OrdosImage copyrightMark Ralston / AFP

Image captionThis Inner Mongolian city of Ordos is known as a ghost town due to the low population level, yet it boasts two architectural gems, the City Library (left) and the Ordos Museum.

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