Futuristic Architecture Around the World
Kunsthaus Graz (also known as the Graz Art Museum or the Friendly Alien), designed by Peter Cook and Colin Fournier, opened in Graz, Austria, 2003.
2013: The year in design
New expansion of the Shenzen International Airport in China
The Tower Infinity near Seoul's Incheon Airport -- to be the world's first 'invisible' skyscraper
The World's largest building: the New Century Global Center (5.5 million square feet of floor space) in Chengdu, China
The World's Largest Building Is Open For Business
Bio Intelligent Quotient (BIQ) zero-energy apartment complex in Hamburg Germany, with algae-filled bio-adaptive shell
New trends emerge in architecture. Old styles are left behind and architects now go for the ultra-modern look, the futuristic style of buildings. They shouldn’t be blamed for this, don’t get me wrong, I actually admire this attitude. It’s bold and it must be appreciates because they’re looking ahead in the future and setting some landmarks for the young architects that will come. For us, the humble mortals, they’re offering a great spectacle of shapes and colors, leaving us the opportunity to...
Salk Institute for Biological Studies at UCSD, La Jolla