Architecture is a vast art world. It is itself a result of the intersection between engineering and art. Here are 10 photos of architecture that will help us to imagine the distance between beauty and curiosity.
Stretching along the course of human evolution, we are constantly exploring and inventing new ones. From cooking to hunting to the arts, such as painting and architecture.
Human thinking has entered a new era, the social scene and the building technology have given wings to creative architects. From rectangular cubes to pure concrete, steel and glass have been used. The dream of flying and mastering space is still painful in every person, so architectural structures and skyscrapers have emerged.
The first photo was the Louvre Hall outside of the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris. Designed by Frank O ‘Jehry Architect.
The Umeda Sky Building in Osaka was designed by Hiroshi Hara Architects. The building was designed and built with steel and glass materials, 173 meters high. A symbol of modern architecture in Japan.
City of Art and Sciences, a symbolic work designed by Santiago Calatrava Architect with the image as the eyes are open towards the sky. Architect Calatrava graduated with a master’s degree in structural engineering, his works being the perfection of art and engineering.
National Center of Performing Arts in Beijing, China, designed by Paul Andrew Architects.
Jinmao Tower in Shanghai, designed by architect Adrian Smith.
Torre Agbar in Barcelona, Spain. Designed by architect Jean Nouvel.
Lloyd’s Building in London was designed by architect Richard Rogers.
Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur was designed by architect César Pelli. A symbol of Malaysia.
The Gateshead Quays Sage Gateshead was designed by Norman Foster + Partners.
One World Trade Center skyscraper in New York, USA. Designed by David Childs and Daniel Libeskind. Covered by high fire retardant concrete, the natural gas filter ensures that the air in the building is always fresh, even when the outside has chemical attack.