The iconic Casa Batlló in Barcelona, Spain was commissioned by the industrialist Josep Batlló, and was built by Antoni Gaudí between 1904 and 1906.
The Athletes’ Village of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea comprises of apartments, a cafeteria, an athletes’ plaza as well as services such as banks, convenience stories and fitness centers.
Adolf Hitler ordered the construction of a massive holiday resort on Rügen Island called Prora. Between 1936 to 1939, workers built a 3-mile long brick and concrete structure capable of accommodating 20,000 residents.
The Athletes Village of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil comprises of 31 buildings, 3,604 apartments with a total of 18,000 beds. The village hosts more than 17,000 athletes and officials during its peak times.
Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China was designed to be a futuristic vision of a cultural, economic and political center boasting modern infrastructure and real estate. The Chinese government poured over $1 billion into the development of this Utopian dream intended to accommodate over one million residents. Construction began in 2004 and continued until around 2012.