When Iceland had an economy, they held a competition to design a more elegant tower for a new power transmission network. Architect Dietmar Koering of Arphenotype designed these, where every one is different, the shape varying according to longitude
Imagine your dining table as a stage, sparking with crystal and glowing with pools of light focused and refracted by these graceful bowls. The intricate engraved patterns reflect and scatter the light and add sparkle to your parties and dinners.
Clown-shaped high voltage electrical towers (also known as pylons) were created near the motorway in Újhartyán, Hungary. These unconventional towers were installed by MAVIR, the Hungarian electricity transmission system operator.
Leuchtturm (Lighthouse) by Ail Hwang, Hae-Ryan Jeong and Chung-Ki Park in Hattingen, Germany. Cut triangles of Acrylglas installed on an electrical tower to mimic the function of traditional stained glass pieces.
Creative electricity towers designed by Choi+Shine architects look like giant people that hold overhead power lines. If the project gets approved, existing transmission towers in Iceland will be modified and transformed into male and female statues.