Photo of the Day: Nautilus


Our Photo of the Day series this week show top-down photos of unique places in China, courtesy of RADII’s Visual Editor Thanakrit Gu

This building that looks (remotely) like a nautilus shell is actually the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics. The research center was founded by Shanghai Institute of Nuclear Research (SINR) in the summer of 2003.

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Thanakrit Gu
    Thanakrit (Thana) Gu is a Shanghai-based creative. He's worked with brands such as Marriott, AirBnB, and Lego, and his photography has been featured on the likes of Quartz. When he's not around his camera, he'll definitely be around one of these: Penny board, drumsticks, or just plain ol' classic Tabasco sauce.
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