Incredible Buildings From The Future

Incredible Buildings From The Future

As our civilization get more and more advanced breakthroughs are made in all the fields of mankind’s endeavor: technology, art, design, economy,sciences…Architecture is no exception. Modern architecture has reached the unbelievable heights, that no man from the past would dream of. The slick design, soothing exterior and optimal organization of modern buildings is what makes them the most famous land marks of the biggest cites all around the world. The architecture of the future promises to take this even further. That is why we have decided to give you a sneak preview of how the future will look like with these  incredible buildings from the future.

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James Law Cybertecture International designed this 32,000 square-meter Cybertecture Egg, commissioned by Vijay Associate (Wadhwa Developers) for Mumbai, India.

Zaha Hadid’s Performing Arts Center will form part of a multi-billion dollar cultural district in Abu Dhabi. Hadid describes the structure as a “biological analogy”, with branch and leaf-like components that are “transformed from these abstract diagrams into architectonic design.”

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Design Act designed this incredible building, made up of permuted cubes, for the World Expo 2010 Singapore Pavilion competition.

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Vincent Callebaut’s architects designed the “Dragonfly” vertical farm for the New York City skyline. The 132-floor, 2,000 foot-tall structure (resembling a dragonfly’s wing) would contain residences, offices, farming space, and even areas dedicated to growing and studying both produce and livestock.

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Aren'T they cute ```

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Highest Glass Floor of the World

Highest Glass Floor of the World

If you’re scared of heights, it may be time to look away now. Not content with having the tallest building in America , the owners of Sears Tower in Chicago haveinstalled four glass box viewing platforms which stick out of the building 103floors up.
The balconies are suspended 1,353 feet in the air and just out four feet from the building’s Skydeck.

Designers say the platforms – collectively dubbed The Ledge – have been purposely designed to make visitors feel as they are floating above the city. The reward is unobstructed views of Chicago from the building’s west side and a heart-stopping vista of the street and Chicago River below – for those brave enough to look straight down.

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