Category Archives: Buildings
The University of California, main library building from San Diego. It has been listed
Top 25 modern libraries in the world. It called as a Geisel Library, It was designed by
architect William Pereira in 1970. A very renowned for his architecture and futuristic
designs. His great architecture list includes the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco.
Image Source :: Project LIB
Temporary entrance-pavilion designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France.
350 Sq. Mt. Huge structure will provide crowd regulation, cloakroom and
security checks. This Architecture will remain in place until 2011.
Experimental house, The Klein Bottle design by McBride Charles Ryan. Initially Started as a sphere but evident is in front of you. Just See the above image, It was radically reconstructed to accommodate the actual needs of the architecture. The shell provide some enclosure and privacy to this incredibly home design.
The interior is not quite as impressive as the exterior. It does make for a more livable place.
Image from Dornob
Weisman Art Museum
The list of achievement of architect Frank Gehry increased by adding “Weisman Art Museum”, featuring his unmistakable titanium-clad curves.
The “Weisman Art Museum” is among the American Midwest’s most well-known buildings, Overlooking the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.
One side is brick to blend in with the rest of the buildings and the opposite side is a glittering abstraction of a waterfall and a fish.
Why wonder if we’ll ever live on the moon when it’s being built right here on Earth? Azerbaijani capital of Baku is the place where Heerim Architects are planning to bring Star Wars.
The buildings are named
Hotel Full Moon, Facing the Caspian Sea – Hole in one of the top corners and a disc with rounded edges.
Hotel Crescent, a crescent moon curving arch – and will mark out an area appropriately named Full Moon Bay. From one angle Death Star and from the other Gherkin – Hotel Full Moon will be a 150 meter-high, 35 story luxury hotel with 382 large rooms.
30 St. Mary Axe ::
London’s skyscraper which would be first environmentally sustainable architecture.
Featured Windows in the light wells open automatically to augment. Natural ventilation for the air conditioning system, which will result to save energy for up to 40% per year.
The floor plans having shaped like flowers, with a circular perimeter indented by 6 triangular light courts. The floor plan is repeated for each floor, creating a series of spiraling that stretch the full height of the building.