Looking at an interesting scene
The skyline of both Janeiro and Cape Town are remarkably striking for their impressive natural terrain with beaches and mountains, while Manhattan’s skyscrapers rise from a narrow rocky island like the granite mountains. . No matter how familiar, the landscape in central Manhattan, with the Empire State-owned building, still stirred imagination.
Some of the city’s architectural landscapes include ungainly skyscrapers. For example, the Pudong area. This area is the east coast of Shanghai across the Huangpu River from New Classical and Art Deco Bund, the city’s most famous street. An SEZ since 1993, Pudong has been growing extremely fast. The skyscrapers have a strange shape, rising like fireworks to create a glittering skyline at night. In the daylight, no matter how tall, these buildings look nothing special.
The captivating architectural landscapes, without the high elevation and performance lighting that are found in Pudong and Hong Kong, rely on true architectural inspiration. The landscape of Venice, for millions of visitors a day and the huge tourist train, is still a miracle in the city. Here the medieval bell tower replaces the skyscrapers, while in the right light, the architectural landscape is reflected in the canal.
Like Venice, Helsinki is also another city that looks very beautiful from the sea, its essential low architectural outline highlighting the neoclassical white building, designed by Carl Ludwig Engel, on the side of which is The house is very beautiful, and in the middle of winter, there is a sea view of freezing water. Here you can immerse yourself in one of Europe’s most beautiful architectural landscapes while standing in the Baltic Sea. Fortunately, a ridiculous, costly and unwanted gallery will not be built here, saving the beloved view and preserving the spirit of the city in this North.
Knowing that the architectural landscape will change over time, some cities like Helsinki, Venice and Edinburgh always have to be more cautious than others. But even cities, like London, are changing so unnoticed that we can nurture the ideal images of these buildings, these faces of the city, deep in the subconscious.