1. Mind House ( Barcelona , Spain )

2. The Crooked House ( Sopot , Poland )

3. Stone House ( Guimarães , Portugal )

4. Lotus Temple ( Delhi , India )

5. Cathedral of Brasilia ( Brazil )

6. La Pedrera ( Barcelona , Spain )

7. Atomium ( Brussels , Belgium )

8. Museum of Contemporary Art ( Niteroi , Rio de Janeiro , Brazil )

9. Kansas City Library ( Missouri , USA )

10. Low impact woodland house ( Wales , UK )

11. Guggenheim Museum ( Bilbao , Spain )

12. Rotating Tower, Dubai , UAE

(Bamboo leaf for Dynamic Architecture ™ all rights reserved to Dr. David Fisher). Have you ever seen a building in motion that actually changes its shape? Sounds unbelievable but not to Dr. David Fisher. This building will never appear exactly the same twice. It is amazing but you will have the choice of waking up to sunrise in your bedroom and enjoying sunsets over the ocean at dinner. In addition to being such an incredible engineering miracle it will produce energy for itself and even for other buildings because it will have wind turbines fitted between each rotating floor (picture 2). So an 80-story building will have up to 79 wind turbines, making it a true green power plant.
13. Habitat 67 ( Montreal , Canada )

14. Casa da musica ( Porto , Portugal )

15. Olympic Stadium ( Montreal , Canada )

16. Nautilus House ( Mexico City , Mexico )

17. The National Library ( Minsk , Belarus )

18. National Theatre ( Beijing , China )

19. Conch Shell House, Isla Mujeres , Mexico

20. House Attack ( Vienna , Austria )

22. Cubic Houses (Kubus woningen) ( Rotterdam , Netherlands )

23. Ideal Palace ( France )

24. The Church of Hallgrimur , Reykjavik , Iceland

26. The Museum of Play ( Rochester , USA )

27. Atlantis ( Dubai , UAE)

28. Montreal Biosphere ( Canada )

29. Wonderworks (Pigeon Forge , TN , USA )

30. The Basket Building ( Ohio , USA )

31. Kunsthaus ( Graz , Austria )

32. Forest Spiral ( Darmstadt , Germany )

33. Wooden Gagster House ( Archangelsk , Russia )


The achievement of one goal should be the starting point of another.
– Alexander Graham Bell

Has the best television set assembled? Have we made the best automobile? Have we made the best computer? Have we invented the most effective medicine to cure the most difficult disease? In management people talk about continuous improvement as a tool for growth in order to remain in business. In fact it applies to everyone.

Robin Sharma said that success breeds failure! Sounds interesting? But it is true for ordinary people who consider success as the destination. For the extraordinary people, one success is the beginning of another task. They are not satisfied with what they have achieved. They are focussed on what’s not yet been achieved. Anyone who does not understand this simple principle will soon become complacent and the success will get into his head.

It is said that Olympic Gold Medalists go through a syndrome called POD, meaning ‘Post Olympic Depression’. The Olympic gold medal winner gets so focussed and works very hard and wins a gold medal. The winning takes place in a matter of few seconds, for which he would have worked for years all day long. After he achieves his victory, the question is ‘what next’ and for a normal person there is nothing beyond an Olympic Gold Medal. This situation leads to a state of mind called ‘Post Olympic Depression’ syndrome. They overcome this by fixing their next goal even more than what they have achieved.

We need to keep moving from one success to another and believe that success is not a destination but a journey. The quest for improving our own performance is very essential to keep our excitement glowing!

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