Mirage in public
Somewhere in London, a 12-metre building from its stone base is ripped down and stands over 3 meters in height. The architectural masterpiece, where actually the Royal Opera House is located, is actually a complex illusion by artist and Designer Alex Chinneck, he himself designed and staged.
Incredible building in London
For this sense deception “take my lightning but don’t steal my Thunder” titled, he is inspired by the market Hall. He has still the look and feel of deceptive cultivation in the original 184-year-old market Hall. The structure is completely created from lightweight polystyrene blocks which make up the surface of the stone. Then you composed it like puzzle.
Proper attraction for Londoners and tourists
Chinneck is no stranger in the playful, architectural illusions. He has many homes on the head and has slipped down the walls of massive buildings. He has reversed even a 1.5-ton heavy thatch by he has dangerously above balanced it on a wind control system.
Whimsical façade has this building in London
Classic architectural design
Building in the middle of the air
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