When one is told to think of a cool futuristic building, the first thing that one might envision is a picture of something that he or she has seen in a fantasy or in a sci-fi movie. One might picture a building which is floating amongst the clouds, one which seems to have come from the moon or another planet, and so on and so forth. One might feel a great deal of excitement and surprise, then, when he or she is told that futuristic buildings do dwell in the real world instead of just the world of imagination. Here, then, is a list of some of the best futuristic buildings that really will give a lot of pleasure to those who decide to visit them.
The first wonderful building that seems to come right out of a movie of the future is the Galaxy Soho, a marvelous thing that one can visit if ever he or she decides to spend some time in Beijing. When you step into this magnificent building, you will feel that you are floating along on a tide of constant motion, as everything there, being circular, feels fluid. Once you step into this building, you will feel that you have left the earth and entered into a world that is completely alien and strange, interesting and beautiful.
Another beautiful futuristic site that people who are into these kinds of things can visit is in Singapore, and it is called Reflections at Keppel Bay. Reflections at Keppel Bay is actually a collection of three very tall and very thin buildings which lean together like the leaning tower of Pisa. When you see these three skinny towers as they lean strangely against the sky, you will get a feeling of eeriness creeping over you, and feel that they really have come out of another world.
Last but not least, those who want to go into the bizarre and strange should take the time to visit Toronto, where the Strata SE1 is located. If you visit this building, you will find that its strange triangular design and its rigidness set it apart, and the wind turbines at the top make it really unique.
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