The 12 Most Innovative Architectural Designs| Modern World -
The 12 Most Innovative Architectural Designs| Modern World -

Today, the architectural design must meet the needs of living spaces for humans, both aesthetically and in technology. And this is the list of 12 most crazy designs.

12. Honeycomb – Jerusalem Israel
They call honeycomb bees Jerusalem, or the Ramot Polin. Ramot Polin is a neighborhood northwest of Jerusalem (Israel) built between 1972 and 1975 it based on plans by architect Zvi Hecker for National Ministry of Housing, who craved a project that broke with the architectural design patterns. It is a complex of 720 housing shapes. Pentagonal construction for precast walls was used to generate from the severed dodecahedron. It has been named one of the buildings rarest in the world. The whole neighborhood is organized on a hill in the center of Ramot. The design idea of this neighborhood   may seem that it was purely geometric, without however metaphorically resembles one, also five fingers of a hand or a chemical structure branched sheet.


11. Parc Guell – Barcelona Spain
Park Guell s a public park with gardens and elements architectural located on top of the city of Barcelona (Spain), on the southern slope of Mount Carmel, located in the foothills of the Collserola in the northern face of the Carmel Park is. Administratively it belongs to the district of Health, in the district of Gracia. Designed as urbanization, it was designed by architect Antoni Gaudí, the greatest exponent of Catalan Modernism, commissioned by the entrepreneur Eusebi Guell. Built between 1900 and 1914 was opened as a public park in 1926. In 1984, Unesco included the Park Güell in the Place Heritage Site “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.


10. House dome Pensacola Beach Florida – United States
The architectural design shows an open portion of the dome partially exposing the structure and does well with great aesthetic sense. The profile of the dome and the perfect symmetry are the two characteristics most remarkable that differentiate this work of architecture. There are features of Organic architecture style and modern in the project. The dome house transcends its form on the facade that looks like a large residence and highlights with colored paint crisp white . Located in Pensacola Beach, Florida, United States. The purpose of its construction was to experiment with new structures against hurricanes.


9. Bibliotheca Alexandrina – Egypt Elshtaby
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina is a major library and cultural center located in the Egyptian city of Alexandria, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea . It was built in commemoration of the ancient Library of Alexandria , destroyed in antiquity, trying to rekindle the brilliancethat this earlier center of study and erudition represented.

The building was designed by the architectural firm Snøhetta AS Norwegian , shaped like a huge cylinder of cement, glass and granite , brought from Aswan made with materials for facade , prepared with calligraphic bas-reliefs most of the world’s languages. It is located on the boardwalk in Alexandria, close to where it was assumed that the old library.


8. Building Peter B Lewis – Cleveland United States
The name of Peter B. Lewis, CEO and chairman of Progressive Insurance, Frank Gehry building on the campus of Case Western Reserve is a building of $ 62 million (of which Mr. Lewis gave $ 37 million) with 152,000 square feet of space. Peter B. Lewis and Frank Gehryhave had a long career and staff dating from Lewis put Gehry to design his home, which was never built. The long process of designing for the house not built is credited helped many design advancements that lead to the design of Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum Bilbao . As in Bilbao, here Gehry makes use of undulating forms that have now become his signature.


7. Biosphere Montreal – Montreal Canada
The Biosphère is a museum of Environment Canada in Montreal dedicated to water and the environment. It is situated on the île Sainte-Hélène in the former US pavilion from Expo 67 . The conception of the Biosphère is the work of Richard Buckminster Fuller . In 1976, a fire consumed the polymer coating . The structure, made of steel, remained intact and is all that remains of the old pavilion. The museum was inaugurated in 1995.


6. La Tete au Carre – Nice France
La Tete au Carre is a very visual building, which is the central library located in the heart of Nice, France. It is the first sculpture inhabited world, and is built entirely of aluminum. The famous sculptor and painter Sacha Sosno with architects Yves Bayard and Francis Chapuis were the creators . The literal translation of Tete au Carre is “Thinking inside the box”. Inside the head are 3 floors full library of digital documents and paper and books . The building is  26 meters high and is one of the most interesting buildings-sculpture and modern in the world.


5. Federation Square – Melbourne Australia
Federation Square (also known colloquially as Fed Square) is a civic center and cultural center in the city of Melbourne , Victoria, Australia. It was opened in 2002. It is a development of mixed use with an area of 3.2 hectares and is centered around two large public spaces: open squares (Court of St. Paul and the square) and a cover

(The Atrium), built on top of a concrete deck above busy railway lines. It is located at the intersection of Flinders Street and Swanston Street / St Kilda Road in the central business district of Melbourne , next to the railway station busiest Melbourne


4. Denver Art Museum – Denver United States
Extension of the Museum of Art of Denver was led by Daniel Libeskind. It is the first design of the architect who built in the United States. In the construction helped the firm Davis Partnership Architects and construction MA Mortenson Company has been responsible for projects such as the Pepsi Center and Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. The Depending on the Extension is to extend the existing museum. The seven-story building, designed by Italian architect Gio Ponti, the work will be carried biggest expansion in its last thirty years.

The history of the museum dates back to 1893 , when a group of artists from Denver founded a club aimed at sponsoring classes and exhibitions. 23 years after the Artist’s Club was renamed the Denver Art Association , and later became the Museum Denver Art.


3. Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
The Dutch Institute for Sound and Vision , seeks to collect as many files on the important events throughout history ; under one roof , thus becomes the safe houses the history of mankind. The institute Hilversum is a huge screen television that comes on when fallingthe night.

The poor visibility of the images in the windows of the facade conveys the daily bombardment of the means of communication, but here in the building seem to have frozen in time. The architects have expressed a serious critique of a world saturated by images of advertising and reaffirmed his belief in the heroic dimension of architecture.


2. Milwaukee Art Museum
The Milwaukee Art Museum is a spectacular building that is divided into 3 parts: the Center for War Memorial, and Quadracci Pavilion . Cudahy Gardens has over 30,000 square meters . Emulates the ships that roam the lake and the building has in its design: mast, bow and a kind of candles. It was designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, David Kahler and Eero Saarinen.

The Quadracci Pavilion is the most visually impressive, built under the postmodern style according to the plans of Calatrava. The Windhover Hall structure is the most attractive, and has a glass sky 90 feet high. The new wing of the museum designed by Calatrava is a huge game of carbon fiber bows that adjust to modulate the entry of light and Heat the museum.The MAM is located on the bridge of water in the Great Lake Michigan.


1. Building Infosys – India Hinjewadi
The headquarters of Infosys in India , is a beautiful building of high technology. The whole structure looks like an aircraft and this illusion is created by the way: one ellipsoid structure with tilted at about 10 degrees angle. The building was the first occupant of the parkcalling IT Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park.

In this park, there are about 20 software companies as Mindtree, Tata Technologies, Tech Machindra and CISCO. The Infosys building is definitely the best. It was built based on designs by architect Hafeez Contractor an important and respected Indian architect known for his commitment to “green” designs. The building is a combination of steel, glass and aluminum.



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