Concept for Cobra Tower Kuwait - Whether this building ever actually sees the light of day is irrelevant. This design for a spiraling interwined building in Kuwait is clever, creative and devastatingly original.

Singapore - Triple Star by Sim  Kim Seong,

This is absolutely the most beautiful hotel ever! Singapore - Marina Bay Sands Hotel by Sim Kim Seong.

Cybertecture Office Building - source: James Law, Cybertecture International.

The Cybertecture Egg by James Law Cybertecture International Holdings. Rendering courtesy of James Law Cybertecture International Holdings.

weandthecolor:    Hong Kong Architecture Photography  by the German-born photographer Michael Wolf. He ducuments the extreme densities of Hong Kong.    Amazing.

Kowloon Walled City was a densely populated, largely ungoverned settlement in Kowloon, Hong Kong. In the Walled City contained residents within its sq mi) borders. Demolition began in In 1995 a park was built in remembrance.

Halley VI Research Station - image: British Antarctic Survey

10 Extraordinary Structures Inspired by Extreme Conditions

Halley VI Research Station , Antarctica by Faber Maunsell bad Hugh Broughton Architects

18.36.54 House   extreme architecture of the house for creative couples   CuteDecision - Architect: Daniel Libeskind.

“ Inspired by the design of the Jewish Museum in Berlin, completed in 1998 by architect Daniel Libeskind, the House’ in Connecticut ” vía designismymuse:

Fehmarn Belt Bridge, Baltic Sea

Fehmarn Belt Bridge (connecting Germany and Denmark) - Most Incredible and Famous Bridges in the World

The "doomsday" seed vault

Extreme architecture

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault (Norwegian: Svalbard globale frøhvelv) is a secure seedbank located on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen near the town of Longyearbyen in the remote Arctic Svalbard archipelago, about kilometres mi) from the North Pole.

Juan Carlos I Antarctic Station - image: Hugh Broughton Architects

10 Extraordinary Structures Inspired by Extreme Conditions

From the Arctic Drifter to the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica Station, these buildings were made to provide comfort in the harshest of conditions