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Centro Nacional de las Artes, Pekín, China

The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), and colloquially described as The Giant Egg, is an opera house in Beijing, People's Republic of China. The Centre, an ellipsoid dome of titanium and glass surrounded by an artificial lake

Center for the Performing Arts "The Egg"  Beijing, China | Calgary Skylights | www.skylightscalgary.com

Name National Centre For The Performing Arts National Grand Theater City Beijing Country China Architect Paul Andreu .

Cute portable loud speakers!    Music Balloons are portable and rechargeable USB speakers. They serve double duty as cute accessories and deceptively powerful speakers. Each speaker comes with a 3.5mm audio plug, lasts up to 4 hours, and recharge on your computer. Animate your bike rides, picnics, and pool lounging with a Music Balloon in pink, red, or black.

Music Balloons are portable and rechargeable USB speakers. They serve double duty as cute accessories and deceptively powerful speakers. Each speaker comes with a audio plug, lasts up to 4 hours, and recharge on your

French architects Agence Search have won a competition to design a Paris shopping mall with proposals involving giant elliptical lattices.

Beaugrenelle Shopping Mall by Agence Search

Paris Shopping: "French architects Agence Search created the design for an egg shaped structure to encompass the atrium of the mall. Walkways in and out of the structure would great a great flow.

Favourite hotel in Bali stayed there in 2011. Own butler and a degustaiton brekkie win win!!

Favourite hotel in Bali stayed there in Own butler and a degustaiton brekkie win win!

National Center for Performing Arts, Beijing

Back in the West, but here's a shot i took this weekend in Beijing. I made the most of a rare clear sky to take a shot of the futuristic Beijing Opera building, officially called National Centre for the Performing Arts (or National Grand Theatre in C

esplanade singapur

World's Weirdest Buildings--Esplanade Theater (Singapore) Taking its name from the Esplanade waterfront, the theater also contains a concert hall and serves as the center of performing arts in Singapore.

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