Building with Hanging Bricks that Looks like Kente from afar Constructed in China

Building with Hanging Bricks that Looks like Kente from afar Constructed in China

- A skyscraper made with bricks from top to bottom has generated a lot of reactions from people on Facebook

- Bricks were also used to beautify the building's windows, giving it a very 'intimidating' outlook

- Among those who engaged with the photos of the building were people who wanted to meet the builders

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An architectural piece of greatness has got people talking on social media with the way it looks so postmodern and entirely different from the norm.

In a post shared by CGTN on Facebook on Sunday, April 25, photos show bricks hanging on a wall, making them look like curtain knots from afar.

Amazing architectural design in China done with fine breaks wows people, photos causes frenzy
Many people said the building's craftsmanship was detailed. Photo source: CGTN
Source: UGC

The building which is sited in the east part of China in Shandong Province further needs no description as photos do it justice.

If there is anything like eighth world's wonder, this Shandong building could just be it. A look at one of the photos shows how the structure's beauty is chipped out with bricks placed at different angles as they jut out of the whole composition.

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See the post below:

As at the time of writing this report, the post has close to 10,000 likes and several comments. compiled some of the reactions below:

Samson Job Nyembo said:

"Wow what an amazing architectural building design!!!"

Corazon Palmiano Torres said:

"Wow the architectural design is simple but the craftsmanship of how the building is built is something that is a version of modern arts that can be appreciated by a keen eye!"

Milky Million said:

"China is taking over the world and it's technology."

Oyelere Akinkunmi said:

"This is so amazing an exploration of bricks into an architectural design."

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that architectural design for a proposed secondary school in Malawi got people talking on social media after some images were shared by a Nigerian lady named Uduak Ekpedeme.

Ekpedeme wrote:

"This is a secondary school in Malawi and it's made from wood and straw bales, designed by Nuru Karim and co.

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"It is such a beautiful example of what African architecture should look like."

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