Is It A Billboard? No, It’s A Building! – Design You Trust

Is It A Billboard? No, It’s A Building!

A new building in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, has caught everyone’s eye with its “changeable” look. Seen from the south, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a typical city billboard.

But if you look from a different angle, you can see it’s actually a three-story building. Due to land constraints, the building was constructed on a triangular section of land, leading to its unusual shape. At its narrowest point, it measures a little over 20 centimeters.

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