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Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Architecture

Architecture and Optical Illusions

Good Morning !!!  Optical illusions in architecture started with our ancestors in mosaic, paintings etc…

Now with the evolution of technology and design we have some really interesting sites. Enjoy.

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Olympic stadium in Montreal

 

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The stairway to nowhere. An art exhibit in Munich.

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The stairway to nowhere. An art exhibit in Munich.

 

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John Hancock tower, Boston

 

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Bossone research center, Philadelphia

 

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Architectural illusion building in Paris

 

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The Lichtenstein house is an extremely deceiving illusion created by Roy Lichtenstein. as the angle upon which it’s viewed changes, the house shifts in an unusual way by playing with perspective.

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The Lichtenstein house is an extremely deceiving illusion created by Roy Lichtenstein. as the angle upon which it’s viewed changes, the house shifts in an unusual way by playing with perspective.

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The Lichtenstein house is an extremely deceiving illusion created by Roy Lichtenstein. as the angle upon which it’s viewed changes, the house shifts in an unusual way by playing with perspective.

 

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A fog descended just as the sun set behind the building in shot. The result – one of the spookiest photographs of a building you’ll ever witness.

 

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The Lyons‘ Warrnambool Campus Building in Australia is a real-life optical illusion.

 

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Painted floor of sunshine city in Tokyo

 

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A car park in Seattle