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Melting building is hot in paris

There are some buildings that are so amazing architecturally that they are simply too hot to handle such as

What about a building that appears to be melting at the seams? This facade, located at 39 Avenue George V Paris, is built as a trompe-l’oeil, not only giving it an amazing illusion, but concealing a grouping of buildings being constructed behind it.

View the video below to see what it looks like and click here to see additional photos and information. (For those who do not read French -like me!- there is a translation of the text below the video)

Incredible Building In Paris ! -

If you regularly go on the side of the Avenue George V in Paris, you probably thought to have a vision, like us, passing the number 39 of the avenue. The facade of the building seems fluid is contorted and it rubs eyes to be sure not to dream! Well actually, this is a facade that hides behind a renovation of the building that houses a large group sharing. The illusion is quite spectacular. Marketing operation behind this large-format, the same team that had installed a trunk in front of the giant Louis Vuitton store on the Champs Elysees during its renovation.

Finally, if you have the eye, you probably notice that on the Champs, another front to deceive the eye made its appearance last few weeks back, will open next fall at the 3rd Nespresso boutique in Paris. We still need this operation at the same company. Hat!

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