Great architecture is a thing of marvel, all the intricacies of the structure and what it is meant to convey and signify. Styles have changed over the ages and the art has taken different forms but there are some architects/artists who have paid special attention mostly to the entrances of a space. Here, are 8 of the most amazing entrances known to man.
The entrance to the Bockenheimer Warte Subway Station in Frankfurt, Germany is just one of those things that you stumble upon while walking down the road and marvel at. The architect was inspired by Belgian surrealist painter Rene Magritte to conceive of this beauty.
Looking like something out of a Tolkien novel, this is the North entrance to St. Edward's Church, built betweent he 11th and 15th century, in Stow on the Wold, England.
The Ras Mohommed National Park, Egypt is a protected marine area, the entrance to which is a beautiful stone structure over the road to the park.
Designed by architect Terry Nicholson, the Wonderworks Museum, containing interactive, entertainment exhibits on space, physic and math, are made to look as if they were ravaged by nature and dropped onto another building.
The Dotonbori Hotel in Osaka has a very amusing and artistic entrance.
The entrance to the children's section of the Cerritos Millennium Museum in Cerritos, California is creatively built and definitely the kind of place children would like to enter.
The Oak Alley in Louisiana is a National Historic Landmark which was previously a plantation. The entrance to Oak Valley is lined with beautiful Oak Trees and it is just a sight to see.
The Back entrance to a random park with a creative imagination.