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The Most Sensational Futuristic Architecture! – Architecture Admirers

Skyler Marentes' project Hassan Hotel shows a very futuristic and modern hotel. Hassan Hotel is something you would see in the future.

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Historic and ethnographic museum on Sulaiman-Too mountain in Osh, Kirghizia. Built in 1978 as a huge glassed concrete arch which in fact closes the entry to the cave. Initially planned to use it for a restaurant but it never happened.

LAVA Awarded the 2016 European Prize for Architecture,Bionic Tower / LAVA…

Gallery of LAVA Awarded the 2016 European Prize for Architecture - 1

Wing Shape Zayed National Museum (UAE)- This wing-shaped building is the Zayed National Museum designed by Foster + Partners. It is located on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE, and will be the first museum completed for the island for showcasing the history, culture and more recently, the social and economic transformation of the Emirates.  image from art & architecture

10 Weirdest and Uniquely Shaped Buildings - buildings with shape, shape buildings

Wing Shape Zayed National Museum (UAE) This wing-shaped building is the Zayed National Museum designed by Foster + Partners. It is located on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE, and will be the first museum completed for the island for showcasing the history

Torre de Dubai, Emiratos Árabes Unidos diseñado por David Fisher de Arquitectura Dinámica, 80 pisos, la altura de visión 388m.

Dynamic Architecture Tower, Dubai, UAE designed by David Fisher of Dynamic Architecture :: 80 floors, hieght :: vision by Sajid Sayyad

Singapore Life Church - LAUD Architects Pte Ltd

25 Modern Architectural Designs from around the World

The Singapore Life Church on Prinsep Street has one of the longest histories of any Presbyterian Church in Singapore and with a growing congregation, the Church turned to local design studio LAUD Architects for an impressive new worship space.

Central Bank of Iraq by Zaha Hadid Architects - Rising from the banks of the Tigris River in Baghdad, the structural exoskeleton frames the façade which is itself composed of an alternating pattern of open & closed elements that visually & conceptually mimic the light reflecting from waves in the river below, reinforcing the dynamism of the design & serving the practical purpose of providing a variety of areas of light & shade within.

Central Bank of Iraq by Zaha Hadid Architects - Rising from the banks of the Tigris River in Baghdad, the structural exoskeleton frames the façade which is itself composed of an alternating pattern of open & closed elements that visually & conceptually mi

The architecture goes so further than any brain of ordinary human can handle. The architects and designers create those marvelous solutions so futuristic and unusual that is thrilling view. The gallery bellow slap me.

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