20 Ingenious Infrastructural Designs That Will Leave You In Awe

Subreddit ‘infrastructure’ strikes again with a brilliant selection of awesome architecture photographs. The chaos that large cities bring, the fast growth and expansion of architecture, humans living on top of each other up to hundreds of levels in skyscrapers. The hot concrete, sidewalks, no green fields, and climate change. The cities have become a mad place to even pass by. So making a revolutionizing, practical, safe, and beautiful piece of architecture, today is extremely possible due to advanced tech, but extremely hard due to a way of living. Still, we are fighting and finding ideas on how to bring greenery back, and ideas as seen in Holland, Michigan’s Downtown are making us excited for more to come. There you have heated streets and sidewalks. When the winter comes the snow and ice will melt immediately, and you can walk freely. But don’t worry, that’s not all, we have some rural designs for you as well. Please enjoy.

Sart Canal Bridge, Belgium

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Subsea Undergroundabout, Faroe Islands

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Shalu Leisure Landscape Trail, Taichung, Taiwan

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Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore

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A Village Settlement In Denmark.

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The Storseisundet Bridge In Norway

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Saint Petersburg Metro, Russia

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Viaduc De Millau – France

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‘Holland, Michigan’s Downtown Has Heated Streets And Sidewalks That Melt Snow And Ice. The System Utilizes Wastewater From A Nearby Power Plant Which Circulates Through 120 Miles Of Plastic Piping Underneath The Pavement. It Can Melt An Inch Of Snow An Hour Even At 20 Degrees Fahrenheit.’

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Aqueduct Veluwemeer, Netherlands

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Electric Elevated Railway (Suspension Railway), Wuppertal, Germany.

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A Cell Phone Tower Disguised As Cactus

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Ecoducts, Railway, Highway, Roads, Walkways… In Breda, The Netherlands.

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An Archipelago In Norway

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The 30km Long Houtribdijk Dam In The Netherlands. Again, Leave It To The Dutch!

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Brutalist Flats In Camden, London

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Three Undergound Metro Lines Crossing Eachother At The Place De L’opéra In Paris

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