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今回は英語の練習📜I have always found it very strange and even bothering that we all have to live in square buildings, different from the nature that we live in, where there are almost no square and sharp angles at all. Lately, I have noticed how the eye gets more and more stressed and irritated by all that sharpness that makes me feel uncomfortable. I’ve been dreaming of a place to live,with only sloping bends inside it.
Heydar Aliyev Centre in Azerbaijan 🇦🇿 is a genius architect Zaha Khadid’s masterpiece, the only woman 👩,who was🥇 awarded (among her many other awards) the Royal 👑 Golden Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects(as well as world 🌍 famous french atchitect Le Corbusier),that has no sharp angles and classic square architect resolutions which we are used to see。
This futuristic building makes me feel ✌️ peaceful, vigorous and happy, willing to dance,create and explore. Even the ladders of the building are like waves 🌊 and you can almost climb both sides,straight and to the wall with astonishing ladders,feeling yourself in some different dimension.
Besides being an amazing building and having its own charming aura, the current collections are : 🎧🎼🎹Azerbaijan traditional music instruments 🎺,where you can just stand in front of any instrument 🎻 and the sound of it surrounds you
Painting 🖼 -the Temporary exhibition of Russian-avangarde artists,such as Malevich and Tatline
🎎doll exhibition - world 🌎 dolls and also Azerbaijani traditional dolls #Azerbaijan #アゼルバイジャン共和国 #baku #heydaraliyevcenter #建築 #futuristic #architecture #zahahadid #zahahadidarchitects #peaceful #vigorous #嬉しい #happy #music #malevich #tatline #temporaryexhibition #nationalmusic #dolls #impression #音楽 #旅行 #travel