Daredevil Puts Together Terrifying Stunt in Dubai

A terrifying video of a Russian daredevil Oleg Cricket hanging from the Princess Tower, the worlds tallest residential building at 414 m (1,358 ft) in Dubai without using any safety equipment.

Climbing The Ping An Finance Centre

Two climbers dedicating their lives to scaling some of the world’s tallest and most iconic buildings without safety harnesses. The young daredevil climbed to dizzying heights to take these stomach-turning selfie pictures from the tips of the Ping An Finance Centre, 660 meters (2,165 ft) in Shenzhen, China. Watch the video below.

Building A 57-Story Skyscraper in Just 19 Days

The Chinese are famous for using prefabricated modular technology. A construction company called Broad Group completed a 57-story skyscraper in just 19 days, by using prefab modules, sometimes at a rate of three floors per day. Their reduced use of concrete means it’s more eco-friendly as well. The China Academy of Building Research has confirmed that the… Continue reading Building A 57-Story Skyscraper in Just 19 Days

Car Melting Skyscraper Finally Fitted With Shades

A London skyscraper that made headlines for melting cars last year has been fitted with shading in an effort to prevent more damage. The concave design of the Walkie Talkie tower caused the sun to shine direct rays of light onto the street below and damaged several cars, including a Jaguar XJ. But now workers have… Continue reading Car Melting Skyscraper Finally Fitted With Shades

Photos Of Hong Kong Architecture By Peter Stewart

Australian photographer Peter Stewart has captured a beautiful series of photos titled, “Stacked” which focus on the living urban environments of Hong Kong’s public housing developments. The photos are shot from both the ground and from various levels within a building, revealing two distinct vantage points, the pedestrian and the resident. via: Designboom

Crazy Selfie Taken On Top Of Hong Kong Skyscraper

A selfie video captured by photographers Daniel Lau on top the fifth tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong. The young daredevil have climbed The Centre 346 meters (1135 feet) above the ground to take the stomach-turning selfie with two of his friends.