Former Olympic Building Transformed Into An Otherworldly Waterpark

Former Olympic Building Transformed Into An Otherworldly Waterpark
Design

The aquatic center built for the 2008 Beijing Olympics has a second life as the Happy Magic Water Cube.

Kristen Nozell
  • 17 october 2013

Five years have passed since the Beijing Olympics and many of the buildings in the Olympic campus are still sitting unused. But the Chinese National Aquatic Center, dubbed the Watercube, has been repurposed as an aquatic wonderland that is now the second most popular destination in Beijing– who wouldn’t want to go to a place called ‘Happy Magic Water Cube‘?

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