The Sydney Opera House, incredible design


The Sydney Opera House is fore shore an expressionist architecture modern design, the most recognizable images of the modern world, with a series of large precut concrete ‘shells’, each taken from a hemisphere of the same radius, forming the roofs of the structure and if you look closer the roof is like a ship at full sail witch inspirited the designer Danish architect – Jorn Utzon (1918–2008) to create such an amazing construction.

The technical information are telling us that The Opera House covers 1.8 hectares, It is supported on 580 concrete piers sunk up to 25 meters below sea level and the most important it is the UNESCO heritage site since 2007 year. Enjoy


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