Rugen island germany
This case like structure close to the shoreline resort of Binz, on the Pomeranian bank of upper east Germany, gives a preview into an alternate period, conveyed by the planner Ulrich Müther. Initially a lifeguard tower, it was built in 1968 out of a style known as shell design utilizing a creative flimsy, poured-solid material. Müther planned and assembled about 70 structures as such, a significant number of them here on the island of Rügen, where he lived. His work is viewed as probably the most remarkable instances of design in the locale.