Sometimes, we don’t prefer to go into government offices because of its old guspy look. But, it’ll not happen with NFDB Hyderabad.
The National Fisheries Development Board’s building was built in 2012. The giant fish-shaped building looks like it is swimming in mid-air. Rectangular scale-like windows puncture its silver body, while a hollow mouth has been punched into the front and it has blue glass for eyes. Its address, according to Google, is the “Fish Building.”
This building’s three-story, 1,920-square-meter structure was designed this way by the Central Public Works Department of India for the simple reason that the work done inside relates to fishing.