That's its official name, but to locals – and architects – it's known as "The Birdsnest." It's easy to see why. With the unique framing, the rise and fall of the line in the horizon, it does seem like it could easily belong in nature and not on the ground. A contemporary Chinese artist was one of the consultants for this project.
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