In order to see high buildings, we have to lean our head as back as we can but still are not able to see all of the beauty at once. Have in mind that there is another possibility to experience the full views of such masterpieces from architects like Zaha Hadid, Jean Nouvel, and Moshe Safdie thanks to the satellites.
The company DigitalGlobe, founded in 1992 in Colorado, supplies us with such perfect views. Although DigitalGlobe is not the only company within this sector, its Manager Kevin Bullock states that thanks to the high resolution pictures taken and submitted, DigitalGlobe is different than the others.
The satellite which was produced by Ball Aerospace is named WorldView-3 and is the key equipment for the company to take the pictures and provide its business partners with the views they need and look for. This helps its business partners to use the views and pictures in order to take critical decisions whenever and wherever necessary when it comes to construction issues.
Abu Dhabi – the Aldar Center by MZ Architects
Netherlands, Amsterdam Central Station – by Architect Pierre Cuypers
Brussel, Atomium – by Architect Andre Waterkeyn
Malesia, Lalang – AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort
Bahrein, Harbor Trade Buildings – by AJ Architecture based in Washington
Our Lady of Peace Church, the Ivory Coast – by Architect Pierre Fakhoury
Chifeng City Stadium, China
City of Arts and Science, Spain – by Architect Santiago Calatrava
Eden Project, England – by Architect Nicholas Grimshaw
Eon Free Zone, India – by Form4 Architecture
King Abdullah Research Center, Riyadh – by Architect Zaha Hadid
Lotus Temple, New Delhi – by Architect Fariboz Sahba