Photographer Sebastien Nagy captures remarkable photographs all around the world and here are some of the most interesting buildings taken by him.
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The Wine Cellars of Hercegkút
The wine cellars stand in four rows in Gomboshegy. The characteristic triangular entrance of the cellars easily recognisable from far. Here the cellars are usually two-tier, but there are three-branch basements as well. Deep down under the surface from 10 to 40 metres, the cellars form a multi-level cellar system
Nad Al Sheba III, United Arab Emirates
It is not a copy-paste, it is a residential area in Dubai. The Nad Al Sheba Villas area was put together by UAE-based developer Nakheel. The neighborhood features more than 1,572 Mediterranean and Moroccan style four and five-bedroom villas, and are located just off Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.
Scheendijk is a small village east of Breukelen, on Lake Loosdrecht. Scheendijk, along with Kievitsbuurt, a nature reserve with holes and drawing layers.
Balcony facade of lebua Hotels and Resorts
Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Bosco Verticale, Milan, Italy
Milan’s Vertical Forest consists of two towers of 80 and 112 metres, hosting 480 large and medium trees, 300 small trees, 11,000 perennial and covering plants and 5,000 shrubs. The equivalent – over an urban surface of 1,500 m2 – of 20,000 m2 of forest and undergrowth.