There are countless spectacular architectural buildings around the world. In many cases these buildings become outdoor works of art. Today we are going to show you on the blog some of the most important buildings in the world.
We leave you some of the most important architectural buildings in the world.
The W350 skyscraper in Tokyo, Japan
The W350 skyscraper is a skyscraper that is not yet built but is wanted to be carried out by the Japanese construction company “Sumitomo Forestry”.
After being built it will become the most 70-story, 90 per cent high-end materials woods.
It will rise to almost 1,200 feet, or 365.76 meters and will be composed of both residential and public spaces.
This eco-friendly building that cost about 5.6 million dollars is expected to be ready for the 350th anniversary of the Company.
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Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan
Heydar Aliyev was built in 2007 by the Anglo-Iraqi architect Zara Hadid and is regarded as one of the symbols Baku, recognized as the best building in the world in 2004.
Auditorium of Tenerife in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
The auditorium of Tenerife built by the architect Santiago Calatrava is one of the most impressive works of this architect. The Auditorium of Tenerife is composed of an iconic crescent that seems to be flying, this crescent is the one that protects the amphitheatre and gives an aesthetic balance to the structure itself.
Bosco Building Verticale in Milan, Italy
The Bosco Verticale building is built by the architects Boeri Studio in 2014 in the Isola district of Milan and recreates a forest Vertical. This construction is composed of about 600 large trees and another 500 small trees, plus plants and shrubs in all terraces of the buildings.
According to several studies, it has been analyzed that with all floors of the building could be removed approximately 25 tons of carbon dioxide atmospheric carbon each year and add 130 pounds of oxygen a day.
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The Lotus Temple in Delhi, India
The Lotus Temple is another of the world’s most important architectural buildings built in India in 1986 by Iranian architect Sahba and is based on the importance of number nine in the Bahá’i faith.
It is composed of 27 individual petals and a roof of glass and steel that allows natural light to enter and illuminate the room of the Prayer.
The Chemosphere in Los Angeles, California
This house built by architect John Lautner in 1960 in the shape of a UFO, is considered by the Encyclopedia Britannica as “the most modern house built in the world”.
From this house you have the best view of the center of Los Angels, it’s elevated over the landscape. The Chemosphere has appeared in countless films like “Body Bouble”, “Charlie’s Angels”…
The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain
The Basilica began to be built in the late nineteenth century by the architect Antonio Gaudí and after more than 100 years the Basilica is still incomplete. In 2015 six new towers began, the highest in the entire construction, measuring 170.7 meters in height.
Once completed, the Basilica will be named after the Europe’s highest religious construction.
The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is considered to be one of the most important architectural buildings in Spain.
Twilight Epiphany Skyspace in Houston, Texas
Twilight Epiphany Skyspace was created by James Turrel and Thomas Phifer and Partners for Rice University, is located on campus next door to the Houston music school.
This building creates daily unique light shows as the sun’s rays fluctuate. Every day the show starts almost an hour before sunrise and then when the sun starts to set.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Marina Bay Sands of Singapore was built from 2006 to 2010 and officially opened in 2011. This complex consists of three towers over 200 meters high and are joined by a structure called SkyPark, a park of 9.941m2,and the largest raised pool in the world, known as Infinity Pool.
The architects Moshe Safdie and the engineers of R.G. Vanderweil, LLP, Arup and Parsons Brinkerhoff were responsible for developing this structure.
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
The Guggenheim Museum is located in Bilbao and is the work of Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry.
With 24,000 m2 of surface, of which 9,000 m2 are intended for exhibition space; it’s a museum of contemporary art.
The most important and noteworthy feature of the museum is the innovative building in which it is located, consisting of curvilinear and twisted shapes, covered with limestone, glass curtains and titanium plates.
Burj Khalifa, Dubai
At 828 metres high, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa building attracts visitors from around the world for being the tallest building in the world since its opening in 2010.
The main architect of the project is Adrian Smith, and construction began on September 21, 2004, with the official opening being on January 4, 2010, and the building is named after the Sheikh and President of the United Arab Emirates.
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