Concrete Veil and Shade

When it comes to architecture, I feel very much drawn to two things – subtlety, and dominance. The building you’re about to look at is certainly at least one of those. See if you can guess which one. Designed by parisian architect’s office Studio Bellecourt, this fantastic vision is made up of a white concrete veil and 25 MILES of aluminum sun shades.

This building sits in the andromede urban development sonze near Toulouse in France. It’s got a “forever” sort of look to it, wouldn’t you agree? Also I bet it’d take a long time to clean if it got mud on it.

A brilliant monument.

Designer: Studio Bellecour