A bizarre alien structure, 180 meters high, is soon to descend on Paris. The Triangle, a shimmering pyramid made out of glass and steel, will have a narrower base than you'd expect and a quirky, wavy elevation. Paris authorities allowed architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre De Meuron to break height regulations with the unusually tall building, because they're hoping it'll bring in some futuristic, jumpsuit-wearing office workers to the city. Herzog and De Meuron have won awards with their sleek, outer-spacey looking buildings, including the Tate Modern in England. Here's a gallery of some of their weirdest designs.
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