A 3D printer on a construction site – Sounds like a science fiction? Well, no more. One of these has recently printed a two-storey office building for the Dubai municipality. With a total area of 640 square meters, it is the largest 3D printed building in the world.
The new London skyscraper named 22 Bishopsgate is close to completion. Once opened, it will be the second largest building in the EU (until Brexit). Its architects have shaped its design in cooperation with specialists from the army, Formula 1, and IT.
The Sphere is a five-metre diameter globe suspended over two storeys in QUT’s (Queensland University of Technology) newly unveiled $94.4 million Education Precinct. Recognised as the world’s largest LED 4K resolution globe, it is remarkable not only in size and technology, but in its capacity for educational impact.
'On your mark, get set, roll!' In June more than 150 people in Japan have taken part in the Grand Prix competition of racing while sitting on office chair. Teams see who can complete the most laps of a 200-meter course during a two-hour span. And the reward for the winners? 90 kg of rice.
The year 2019 will bring a turning point for the City, a financial district of London. Great Britain will officialy leave the EU after Brexit referendum. But some companies are going in opposite way - leaving the City and moving to continental Europe. The year 2019 will be also a year when a new dominant of the City and the second-tallest building in EU is about to be completed.
Guinness World Records holds thousands of records. Some of them are by now difficult to break, such as the tallest office building. But there are easier ways to earn your place on the list. All you’ll need is an office chair...