Top 10 Most Stunning Elevators in the World
For those who love adventures, elevators are always captivating and eye catching. These maybe present alongside buildings or are leading us to the top of hill, elevators should look beautiful. Some of them we see in movies are of glass capsules. Let us take a look at the top 10 most stunning elevators in the world.
10. Lloyd’s Building Elevator
The Lloyd’s Building is located in London, UK, and is nicknamed the Inside-Out Building. It is known for its bold design and has water pipes, power conduits and staircases all on the exteriors. It looks very stunning.
9. Luxor Hotel Inclined Elevator
The Luxor Hotel is located in Las Vegas, and is quite pretty. This is pyramid in structure, and is often termed as the Pyramid Hotel in Las Vegas. The elevators are on an incline of 39 degrees. These look great.
8. Rising Tide Elevator
The Rising Tide Elevator is located in the MS Oasis of the Seas, a famous cruise ship. It serves to a bar, connecting the Central Park deck of the ship to its Royal Promenade, with 35 patrons/passengers riding it.
7. Autostadt Silos
The Autostadt Silos is located in Wolfsburg, Germany, next to the home base of Volkswagen. This is a car garage where no driving is allowed. The elevator is uniquely founded, and has underground tunnel of half a mile to one of the silos of 200 feet.
6. Falkirk Wheel
The Falkirk Wheel is a stunning and unique elevator of Falkirk, Scotland. It is a rotating boat lift that connects the Union Canal and the Forth and Clyde Canal, and transports boats between them. It has 30.2 horsepower.
The AquaDom at the Radisson Blu hotel in Berlin-Mitte, Germany is what attracts us towards Berlin Sea Life Centre. This is a transparent elevator of an aquarium of 82 feet, and one of biggest tanks in which about 260,000 gallons of seawater and 1,500 species of sea animals are present.
4. Louvre Elevator
The Museum situated in Paris, France, is a very unique place to visit. The elevator of the museum is open-topped, and has futuristic design. These look very stunning, giving us feel of being in a world of dreams.
3. Umeda Hankyu Building Elevator
The Umeda Hankyu Building is located in Osaka, Japan, and has elevator of 11.15×9.2 feet. These accommodate about 80 passengers, or 5 tons in weight. It looks very charming and is a stunning tourist attraction.
2. Globen SkyView
The Ericsson Globe is located in Stockholm, Sweden. It is hemispherical building, having height of 279 feet and a diameter of 361 feet. It is made of quality materials, and looks exceptional, which is why attracts eyes of thousands of tourists.
1. Maritime Museum Birdcage Elevator
The Maritime Museum Birdcage Elevator, at the Victoria Museum, is North America’s major attraction. The design of elevator was made especially for second Chief Justice of the British Columbian Supreme Courts, Theodore Davie, who didn’t get to use it. It is of gold.