Antoine Lavoisier Tower

Antoine Lavoisier Tower

G. Stolyarov II
This building is named after Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), the French chemist and biologist who discovered the law of conservation of mass, developed the metric system, and introduced a system for expressing the elements using a more rational nomenclature. This skyscraper consists of tridecagonal (13-sided polygonal) cross-sections that widen and then narrow, creating an original three-dimensional geometric shape. Height: 160.57 meters. #Antideath #Antoine_Lavoisier #architecture #building #chemist #fantasy #future #futuristic #geometric #glass #Lavoisier #modern #skyscraper #stone #tower
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