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Do you know Harbin, an industrial city in Manchuria, with a wild nature and icy climate? It is in this Chinese province that the opera designed by MAD Architects is located. More than a cultural center, it is a spectacular public space that draws a link between man, art, the identity of the city, and the surrounding nature! At the genesis of the project, there was a desire to erect a building that blends into its natural environment. With its sinuous architecture reminiscent of the surrounding landscape, the undulating structure seems to be sculpted by water and wind. And when winter sets in, it is difficult to distinguish the immaculate, white, aluminum facade from the snowy territories. An architectural feat, the futuristic building reaches 56m high and seems to wrap itself around pyramidal glass mounds. A sight worth seeing…

Yaël Nacache