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Architecture of Doom

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An acoustic buffer grooved into the landscape around Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, by landscape artist Paul de Kort
Gibellina, a town in Sicily, destroyed by an earthquake in 1968. Artist Alberto Burri covered the entirety of the ruins in concrete, while preserving the shape of the buildings and the streetscape.
Asphalt Spot, Tokamashi, Japan, 2003

Richard Long - Tame Buzzard Line (2001)
Desert Breath, Danae Stratou/Alexandra Stratou/Stella Constantinides, Egypt, 1997. View this on the map

Jim Denevan’s geometric sand sculptures are made with little more than rakes and sticks and can span miles of North California beaches. 

Sol LeWitt, Pyramid (Keystone NZ), standard concrete blocks, Gibbs Farm, New Zealand, 1997

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A huge manmade mountain measuring 420 meters long, 270 meters wide, 38 meters high and elliptical in shape was planted with eleven thousand trees by eleven thousand people from all over the world at the Pinziö gravel pits near Ylöjärvi, Finland, as part of a massive earthwork and land reclamation project by environmental artist Agnes Denes
'Vision of Hell: Orpheus' ground sculpture at Broughton House, Northants, Kim Wilkie
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