In contrast to the norms of building planning, innovative new buildings with acute angles are more like works of art.
Deviating from traditional geometric components, these designs embrace bolder angles, bringing architecture into new areas that professionals find most laudable. These unusual and fascinating buildings of this type are elegant and ultra-modern, and contain variations that are up-to-date and brightly freely shaped. By their splendor, they show that the more daring and risky the use of geometry, the more visually appealing it is to be.
These buildings, which are made up of acute angles, are far removed from the everyday, practical and pragmatic and trigger a reaction in everyone who sees them.
Run Run Shaw Creative Media Center
The New York architect Daniel Libeskind has completed a media center for the City University of Hong Kong.
Run Run Shaw’s Creative Media Center houses laboratories, theaters, and classrooms for the school’s computer and media technology departments.
The Hague Municipal Office of Rudy Uytenhaak
As a result of the urban development plan for The Hague southwest, the city’s escamp district will see a wave of renewal in the coming years. The main aim is to give the area a more varied and dynamic atmosphere.
Allandale House by William O’Brien Jr.
The Allandale House is an A-frame house for a headstrong connoisseur and her family. Along with its residents, the Allandale House also provides space for an eccentric collection of artifacts that defy easy classification. Wines, rare books, stuffed birds and a mountain of moose are among the relics on display in this small holiday home.
Nth Fitzroy House by AM Architecture
Denver Art Museum by Studio Daniel Libeskind
The extension of the Denver Art Museum, the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, is an extension and addition to the existing museum designed by the Italian architect Gio Ponti.
Inspired by the vitality and growth of Denver, the building currently houses the modern and contemporary art collections as well as the oceanic and African art collections.
Jansen Campus by Davide Macullo Architects
The new Jansen Campus is located in the village of Oberriet in the Rhine Valley, one of the most heavily industrialized areas in Switzerland.
Karuizawa Museum by Yasui Hideo’s Atelier
The extension from tudio Libeskind to the Denver Art Museum is the first building of the studio to be completed in the USA.
Libeskind’s design, set against the majestic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, consists of a series of geometric volumes inspired by the peaks and valleys of the mountain range.
A sharp-edged self-supporting section protrudes over the street and points to the existing museum of the Milanese architect Gio Ponti, which was first opened in 1971.
MP09 building by GS Architects
The Austrian company GS Architects has completed this black self-supporting office building in Graz.
The building, known as the MP09 Black Panther, was conceived as the headquarters of a company specializing in jewelry and eyewear and includes a hotel, office space for rent, a shop and a restaurant.
Oficina Vidre Negre by Damilano Studio Architects
Striking architecture from GS Architects. The building was supposed to be the new headquarters of the Uniopt Pachleitner Group, a glasses and jewelry company based in Graz, Austria.
Connecting the riads complex through AQSO Arquitectos
The Connecting Riads residential complex by AQSO Arquitectos is characterized by a continuous volume that winds around two semi-public courtyards and adapts to the different conditions of the property in order to combine a domestic and urban appearance.
Splice by Cadence Architects
McBride Charles Ryan’s Little Bottle House
The Klein bottle is a descriptive model of a surface developed by topological mathematicians. Klein bottle, Mobius stripes, boys’ surfaces, unique surfaces that may be distorted but remain topologically the same. That is, a donut remains a donut topologically if you twist and warp it. It only changes topologically when it is intersected.
The Perth Arena
The Perth Arena is perhaps like the ancient Greek myth of the Trojan Horse – an object of desire drawn into a great triumph and allowed to entertain its entertainment.
The Sovereign Pop Venue by de Architekten Cie
The Sovereign Pop venue is an icon of musical expression and is located in a prominent location in Hilversum. It is only a few minutes’ walk from the train station, at an important intersection in the inner-city road network, and is easily visible from the train.
House folded by ALPHAville Architects
This is a 100 square meter residence for a couple and their cats in Osaka, Japan. The typical way to design a house would be to assign and arrange rectangular rooms with specific functions.
Such a design creates a series of rooms of similar size and creates monotonous spatial experiences. Our approach was to avoid the conventional design practice and to create a structurally rational, but spatially heterogeneous house.
The Vanke Triple V Gallery
MOD’s dramatic design for TRIPLE V GALLERY was created as a permanent exhibition gallery and tourist information center for China’s greatest developer, Vanke, and has become an icon along the coast of Dong Jiang Bay.
Titanic Belfast by Todd Architects
Titanic Belfast is the world’s largest Titanic-themed visitor attraction and Northern Ireland’s largest tourism project. It is the result of a successful collaboration between the Concept Design Architects CivicArts / Eric R. Kuhne & Associates and the Lead Consultant / Architect Todd Architects.
The Villa F by Hornung and Jacobi Architecture
A home in Rhodes with an environmentally friendly design in which contemporary architecture enters into dialogue with the landscape. The materials and shapes used in the project are inspired by the surrounding landscape and the history of the place.
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