World's Most Amazing Buildings That will Give A Great Challenge To Our Future Construction In An Innovative Way

Blog By fatema  |  06-12-18

Each Building Is Different From Another

The Lotus Building in Wujin, China

It is blooming out of an artificial lake at the at the centre of Wujin, China. Keeping in mind,it is created with the idea of an amazing atmosphere, despite any weather. It is the departments of the city’s planning bureau.

View this post on Instagram

Современный культурный центр The Lotus Building, выполненный в форме трех гигантских бутонов лотоса, который расположен в городе Чанчжоу (провинция Цзянсу, Китай). . Создателем уникального архитектурного проекта стала австралийская компания 505 Studio. Необычное здание "растет" в центре искусственного озера, что делает его еще больше похожим на цветок лотоса. Во внешнем виде здания архитекторы отразили три стадии развития бутона, который из ростка превращается в роскошный цветок. . Вокруг здания Лотоса был разбит парк People’s Park, где находится музей современного искусства и здание галереи. Культурный центр The Lotus Building стал популярной современно достопримечательностью Чанчжоу и любимым местом отдыха для горожан. ----- All copyrights belong to their respective owners #китай #china #здание #building #архитектура #architecture #construction #urbanism #concrete #lotusbuilding #lotus #лотос #architecturelovers #exterior

A post shared by arch (@arch_the_world) on


Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan

It is one of the most curious and remarkable buildings of Baku. This fluid form of structure is designed by ace architect Zaha Hadid who is famous for her love of “alien” shapes. There are exhibition halls and offices inside it.

View this post on Instagram

Another ‘Nureyev moment’ integral to the design of the #HeydarAliyevCenter #Baku. Collaborating as project architect & co-designer with #ZahaHadid, we worked with the fantastic teams in Baku and London to complete the center between 2007-2013. Described by the jury as “a masterwork of invention and execution”, the centre was named ‘Design of the Year’ in 2014 by London’s @DesignMuseum. Built on the site of a Soviet munitions factory, the Heydar Aliyev Center’s architecture embodies an enlightened philosophical framework. Breaking from Baku’s rigid and often monumental buildings of the Soviet era, the centre’s fluid forms promise to engage with Azerbaijan’s culture by an act of attraction rather than imposition. Curvilinear exterior surfaces rise from its surroundings to define a series of exhibition and performance spaces within, inviting the city into the heart of building. Great photo by @Binet.Helene

A post shared by Saffet Kaya Bekiroglu (@saffetkayaofficial) on


The Cubic Houses of Rotterdam, Netherlands

A set of 40 houses on Overblaak Street in Rotterdam which showcases the theme of the world turn upside down. Constructed by architect Piet Blom, the walls and the windows of these houses are angled at 45 degrees.


The Atomium in Brussels, Belgium

It’s a landmark in Brussel constructed for the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair (Expo 58). It is a museum now. It’s a fully constructed building and not made by metal[those who thinks this way]. One can move from following the tubes between the spheres and reach a science museum or a restaurant. The Atomium represents 9 iron atoms in the shape of the body-centered cubic unit cell of an iron crystal.

View this post on Instagram

космический #atomium

A post shared by Olga (@eaury) on


City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain

The best example of modern architecture, this building is located right on the water in the middle of the park in Valencia. It redefines the future constructions and will also remind of you one of the skeletons of a fantastic beast. The complex has 5 buildings: a covered plaza, an IMAX cinema, a park, a science museum, and an oceanographic park.









Related Story