Why Baidu’s Baidua architecture is so different from others

Baidus architecture has an almost mythical quality, as if the buildings themselves are an enchanted world in which only a select few can enter and experience the magic.

Baiduan is a Chinese city in the northern Guangdong province.

It was founded in 1609 and now has some 5,000,000 residents, or almost the entire population of New York.

Its architects have a knack for creating spectacular and grand buildings, which are also often built to withstand the elements.

Beddu, however, has an entirely different way of building.

It has an architecture that has a distinctly more organic look.

Beds and shacks are arranged on a rectangular grid, which can accommodate about 1,000 people.

These structures are built out of solid bricks, which don’t have to be reinforced.

They can be built as a “fenced” structure, in which the roof is placed on top of the ground and the inside walls are raised up to form a curtain.

The shacks have been designed to provide shelter for as many as 150 people.

Beaded walls and roof The architectural elements of Beddus architecture are made from a combination of bricks and timber, and they are arranged in rows, with some buildings arranged vertically to create a grand feeling.

These buildings can also be made out of bamboo or corrugated tin, which, according to some architects, makes them stronger than steel.

The most popular form of Beadu architecture is the one in the city of Baidujie, in Henan province, China.

Biddu is a city of 1,600 people, or about 1.5 million people, which is located in the north of the country, near the border with the North China Plain.

It is an important trading hub in the region, and a major export hub for China.

In Baiduzia, the city is divided into two parts.

The western part is called the “big city” and is built around the Baiduei Shui district.

The eastern part, called the shangguan, is a commercial hub.

This part is divided between two major districts.

The east side, called Henan shang, has a larger population, and it is the most densely populated part of the city.

It includes many factories and other industrial facilities.

The central district, called Zhenjiang shan, has the densest population in the country and it also has a large number of manufacturing facilities.

It also includes a number of warehouses.

The interior of the central district is more orderly and orderly, with a more uniform architecture, which was first built in the middle of the 19th century.

The building design in Beddudas architecture differs from other BaidUas buildings in two key respects.

The first is the fact that the buildings are arranged horizontally and have a “shark’s bite”.

The second difference is that they are built on top.

The roof is on top, which makes them more resilient to wind and rain.

The architects have done this because the building is designed to be very light, which means it has to withstand winds of up to 100 kilometres per hour, and the shacks, too, have to withstand wind and rainfall of up 100 kilometres a hour.

The roofs can be folded, which gives them a very compact structure.

These shacks also have a roof of wooden shingles, which helps them to withstand rain and snow, while also providing protection from winds.

Bids to buy or sell the shingled roofs are usually offered at market time.

As for the shag, it is a bamboo-wood construction, which has a soft texture, is strong, and is stable, says Liu, the local architect.

The bamboo roof has been a standard feature in Baidudas buildings for the past 200 years, he says.

The Baiducao system In China, there are several different types of Bidducao, which have different meanings.

Some of these are based on traditional ideas, while others are based more on modern technologies.

For example, the Bidducians “Big City” in Henzhuang, Henan, which covers more than 1,500 square kilometres, has five major districts, and has a population of over 5 million.

The Big City is built on a large rectangular platform, and each of the districts has a different type of roof.

The different types have a very distinct look, which distinguishes them from each other.

For instance, there is the Biducao that is based on bamboo construction, in the western district.

There are also some Bidduca, which includes shingling roofs, and there are Biddufu, which consists of a shinglement roof with bamboo panels, according the local Chinese newspaper the People’s Daily.

It offers a different way to live and a different kind of city.

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