Mar 26, 2019

10 Most Creative High Voltage Transmission Line Tower Designs.

Most of the electric pylons are ugly to look; these steel framed towers have nothing noticeable in them. But with a touch of creativity, these electric pylons can be monuments in the landscape.

Land of Giants: These electric pylons are shaped like human figures, conceptual design by Choi + Shine Architects to create monuments across the Icelandic landscape.

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Electric Pylons
Electric Pylons

Deer-Shaped Electrical Towers: The Deer-Shaped Electrical Towers are design concepts by Moscow-based design studio Design Depot.

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Electric Pylons

Source: Source is located in the municipality of Amnéville-les-Thermes in France; it's a work of art by the Bulgarian-French artist Elena Paroucheva.

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Colossus: Colossus looks like a luminous robot, its created by Doma for Tecnopolis 2012.

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Electric Pylons
Electric Pylons

Electricity Pylon by New Town Studio:

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Clown Electric Pylon: This clown shaped tower comes from Újhartyán, Hungary.

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Electric Pylons

Electricity Pylons by Arphenotype: Architect Dietmar Koering of Arphenotype designed these high voltage transmission line towers.

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Electric Pylons

Superstring by Yong ho Shin:

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Abstract Figure Electric Pylon: This strangely shaped abstract figure electric pylon was spotted beside a road in Holland.

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Bonus: Another one from Moscow-based design studio Design Depot.

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