Everyone’s Excited About This New Building In China That’s Shaped Like A Penis And Shoots Fireworks

By Aam Nawab | 28 Sep, 2018

Architecture plays a very strong and important role in cultures all over the world. Whether it’s parliamentary buildings, religious structures or even historical landmarks.

Each building constructed is the footprint of those who lived and thrived in that specific place at that specific time. Architecture can sometimes say everything you would need to know about the culture of a society.

And well, this building in China that looks exactly like a penis and a pair of testicles is saying a LOT all over the world.

Source: Mirror

Yup, you heard me.

The recently completed Guangxi New Media Centre is in Nanning, the capital of the Guangxi autonomous region in Southern China. According to the architect, the building was inspired by the sloped terraced landscapes that the area is known for. And in regards to the smaller structures (the balls), they are meant to represent the hills of the region.

Source: Shanghaiist

Apparently, looking at the building from the bottom to the top, the structure does, in fact, look like what the architect intended. However, from an aerial view – not so much. And the Internet has noticed.

Jokes and memes around the building have been going absolutely viral lately, not to mention a  video showing the building shooting fireworks from the tip.

Lol.

Yikes. CPEC Is about to have a field day.

Have you seen or heard of the building? Fan of architecture? Let us know what you think in the comments below! Love you.

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Cover photo source: Next Shark 

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