This is a rendering the Beijing National Hotel, a planned 2.3 million square foot hostel for visitors to China's capital city. It's huge, sure, the biggest landmark in Beijing. But my goodness, did it also have to be so creepy?
The Chinese architects called MAD gathered a bunch of fellow glass-steel-and-concrete artists to design the city center of Huaxi, in Guiyang, China. The goal was maximum eco-friendliness; the end product was a kinkily see-through skyline.