Architecture of XXI Century
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  • 1. XXI
    century architecture
  • 2. Reykjavík - Chair Hallgrímskirkja
  • 3. BMW Welt - an functional „whirl of tornado”
  • 4. ... and its interior
    Chicago Silver Egg, Cloud Gate - Anish Kapoor
  • 6. "Cybertektonic Egg"
    Futuristic draft of James Law Cybertecture;
    located in the business district in Mumbai
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  • 8. Envision Green Hotel by Michael Rosenthal Associates, no location
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  • 10. City Hall in London, Sir Norman Foster's project
  • 11. Swiss-Re in London
  • 12. 30 St Mary Axe (Swiss Re)
    in London
  • 13. A new building of
    is called Egg; Project by Paul Andreu.
    Futuristic structure will become a cultural symbol of Beijing.
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  • 16. Moscow;
    Part of apartment-build designed by architect Sergey Tkachenko is in the shape of the egg in a white-red color
  • 17. Painted Eggs Museum in Kolomyya (Ukraine) is called "Easter egg";
    Roman Zacharij project
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  • 19. Burdż al-Arab; this is a very luxurious hotel in Dubai   in the United Arab Emirates
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  • 21. Paris of XXI century
  • 22. Milwaukee Art Museum
  • 23. Milwaukee Art Museum; Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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  • 27. Milwaukee Art Museum - interior
  • 28. Milwaukee Art Museum - interior
  • 29. Turning Torso (Twisting Torso)Malmö, Sweden
  • 30. Sydney Opera House
    project - Danish architect Joern Utzon
  • 31. Self-sufficient, floating islands are a chance to survive environmental disasters
    or a frills for the richest; Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut
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  • 34. Artificial islands as a dream
  • 35. Artificial islands: world of luxury, of splendour, of beauty ... show of economic power and technological capability. Building of islands of dreams is becoming increasingly popular. This fashion was initiated in United Arab Emirates, and now similar projects are planned in many other countries.
  • 36. Architect Mike Reynolds invented the idea Eartship - pop-art at the site of building
  • 37. The Indian Sanjay Puri Architects Office designed the building to be constructed almost entirely of concrete, it is the seat of Bombay Arts Society in Mumbai
  • 38. L-Tower - the latest project by Daniel Libeskind for the City of Toronto
  • 39. Living facades of buildings
    Green living wall "Halles à Avignon" in France by Patrick Blank
  • 40. GRIN GRIN Park, Fukuoka, Japan.
    Design: Toyo Ito. Buildings are covered with vegetation. There are also paths, benches, etc.
  • 41. Gwanggyo City Center (City Kwangiu) design by MVRDV.
    The green cones - hedgerows on the terraces, surround each floor of buildings,
    so they look like rings one at the other.
  • 42. School of Fine Arts and Design in Singapore;
    designed by CPG Consultants
  • 43. Death Star and the Crescent
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  • 46. In Baku - the capital of Azerbaijan,
    on two adjacent penisulas will be built so modern skyscrapers.
    Designer of those buildings is Korean Lab Heerim Architects.
    Project of Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria. Architect: Treusch Wien
  • 48. Nordwesthaus, Fussach, Austria,
    project: Baumschlager Eberle
    Folded Space, San Paulo, Brazylia,
    project: MSW
  • 49. National Library, Minsk, Belarus,
    Project: Viktor Kramarenko and Michael Vinogradov, lighting: GVA Lightening
  • 50. Background sound - Vladimir Cosma - Les Mondes Engloutis-Les Messagers Du Shagma
    Photos, from web pages, has chosen - Anna