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You'll want to get up and travel to see these amazing and shocking man-made glass structures from a Apple store to botanical garden Subscribe to Talltanic 7. The Kanagawa Institute of Technology Have you ever dreamed of going to school in a building that allows you to get as close to nature and the outside elements as possible? Well, dream no more. This Institute in Japan is made entirely of transparent glass panels held up by solid white beams. You will have no trouble daydreaming in class as you’re looking up at the clouds passing by in front of a backdrop of azure, blue sky. The interior of the building is furnished with green plants and wooden desks, conferring a pleasant, earthy feel to its students. Who knew nature and learning went so well together? 6. The Botanical Garden of Curitiba This large botanical garden structure is a major landmark and tourist attraction in the city of Curitiba in southern Brazil made exclusively of glass windows held together by steel beams. Opened in 1991, the transparent greenhouse is centered in a large garden surrounded by carpets of flowers, fields of grass, fountains, waterfalls, and other wonderous art installations. The greenhouse shelters hundreds of wild species of flowers, including native flora, and other exotic specimens from the Atlantic Forests in eastern Brazil. If you ever visit Brazil, make sure you take a stroll on the paved paths that wind through this remarkable place. 5. The Basque Health Department Headquarters The stunning appearance of this structure may prompt you to think it’s a museum or art gallery, but it’s actually an intricately designed office building. Located in Bilbao, Spain, this irregularly shaped establishment is composed of polyhedral glass panels which allow sunlight to permeate the building and illuminate its interior. The 13-story headquarters doesn’t just have aesthetic value, but is fire resistant and has acoustic insulation, giving peace and quiet for the workers inside. Working in an office may seem like a trite experience unless your workplace looks as exuberant as the Basque Health Department. 4. The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision Building in the Netherlands looks like a tie-dye collage with its profusion of lively colors and grand design. The Institute is a museum and cultural archive located in the city of Hilversum. It houses a vast collection of over 70% of the total Dutch audio and visual heritage. It contains, in total, archives with over 750,000 hours of music, television, radio, and film which began in 1898. The collection is continually growing with both modern and past productions. The cube-shaped building maintains four facades of color cast-glass panels and has a total of ten stories, half of them being underground. At night, the view of the Institute is especially mesmerizing, as lights from within the building illuminate the glass panels to life. 3. The Glass-Bottom Bridge The glass bridge at the Longgang Geological Park in Chongqing, China, is the second longest in the world. Known by engineers as a cantilever bridge because of its horizontal projection into open space, the horseshoe-shaped structure juts out from the top of a cliff and overlooks a vast mountain range and biosphere of trees below. Walking out onto the crystal-clear bridge will make you feel like you’re suspended thousands of feet in the air. At an altitude of 1,010 meters, the installation is made of 150 square meters of glass panels and offers visitors an unobstructed view of the Longgang Canyon below. If you’re afraid of heights, this probably isn’t an attraction you want to see. 2. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant This aquatic restaurant and underground pavilion secured five meters below sea level at the Hilton Maldives Resort offers an incredible panoramic view of an underwater aquarium filled with vibrant sea life. The Ithaa restaurant opened in 2005, and the meals it offers may not cost as much as some people would think. The building, designed by the Kuala Lumpur National Science Center, is recognized as the largest underwater glass tunnel in the world. 1. Glass Sky Bridge If you thought the last glass bridge was terrifying, check out this one. The longest glass sky bridge in the world was officially opened on August 20, 2016. The enormous structure swings over China’s Zhangjiajie (zong, ja ji-ay) Grand Canyon and has broken records in the world of architecture. Visitors from all over the world have flocked to walk across this panic-inducing bridge, and it is now the main attraction of the canyon. The structure is six meters wide and stretches 430 meters from the top of one cliff to another with a 300-meter-deep valley below. Many people who gather enough courage to cross this transparent bridge become overwhelmed with fear. Some will either turn back or have to be dragged across like this poor fellow here.


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