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Waterpark in post-Olympic Beijing

Autor // Benedetto FioriPosted in // Architecture


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After the closing ceremony of the 2008 Olympics Stadium Bird's Nest of Herzog & de Meuron, cost big bucks and still coast to the city of Beijing 10 million dollars a year to maintain, and all other pieces of architecture that have seen athletes enterprises

around the world, they remained there in abandonment without a plan for the future.
The same fate would be touched to the Water Cube to PTW, the national swimming centre which has seen a series of matches only records three years ago, had it not been recently converted into an incredibly popular (and profitable) water park.

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