Modern architecture is often surprising. We are entering an era where the design of the buildings becomes more unique and fascinating. The world offers amazing things, some acts of Mother Nature, but these amazing buildings are the product of man. All of them are unique and modern and with their construction will amaze you surely. These wonderful architectural masterpieces are famous worldwide with their uniqueness and beautiful design. They attract a lot of visitors from all around the world. These buildings are becoming a part of everyday life and are a hallmark of the city where they are located. Modern technology in the construction industry can make it easier to accomplish the ideas of the architects, no matter how complex they are.
We made a collection of Fabulous & Unique Buildings in The World, and we hope that they will catch your eye. Enjoy!
Flatiron Building in New York
The Flatiron Building, originally the Fuller Building designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham, is located at 175 Fifth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, and is considered to be a groundbreaking skyscraper. The Flatiron Building’s 22 stories, constructed in 1902, Built around a skeleton of steel, Flatiron Building is fronted with limestone and terra-cotta and designed in the Beaux-Arts style. Shaped like a perfect right triangle, it measures only six feet across the narrow end.
Aqua in Chicago
A building born with soft lines and flowing balconies that invoke the beauty of gentle waves, Aqua’s exterior is like no other. Designed in 2007 by a team led by Jeanne Gang of Studio Gang Architects, Soaring impressive 87 stories, irregularly shaped concrete floor slabs which lend the facade an undulating, sculptural quality.
Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower in Tokyo
Located in Tokyo’s distinctive Nishi-Shinjuku high-rise district and designed by Kenzo Tange, Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower is a unique skyscraper with an educational purpose. Completed in 2008, is the second tallest educational building in the world, 204 meters high divided into 50 floors. This vertical Campus has a capacity of 10,000 students. The elliptical shape of the structure allows for more varied spaces, both its foundations and its top is narrow.
The Piano House in Anhui, China
The building in Huainan City was reportedly designed in 2007 by architectural students at the Hefei University of Technology in collaboration with the Huainan Fangkai Decoration Project to improve the economy and encourage tourism in the city. It acts as a showroom for city planners to show off their plans for the Shannan district in Huainan City. The Piano Building is an awesome architectural design that uses a 50:1 scale of a grand piano and a violin, designed almost entirely with black and transparent glass.
Beijing National Stadium in Beijing, China
Beijing National Stadium is located at the north 4th ring of Beijing city, on the south part of the Beijing Olympic Green. It was designed by the Pritzker-Prize-winning Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Piere de Meuron, with artist consultant Ai Weiwei. It is commonly known as the Bird’s Nest. The outer shell is the world’s largest steel structure, forming part of the most complex Olympic stadium ever constructed
The curvaceous Capital Gate Skyscraper is an unmistakable feature of the Abu Dhabi skyline. Capital Gate, developed by Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, Leaning 18 degrees westwards (that’s more than four times that of Pisa’s famous tower) the modern, 160-meter (524.9 foot), 35-story tower, it is one of the tallest buildings in the city. It’s not the height that draws the eye, but the seemingly gravity-defying incline of the 35-story building.
Grand Lisboa in Macau
Located in Macau, a region on the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, is the iconic Grand Lisboa Macau. This casino hotel is comprised of a huge reflective dome and an ultramodern gold tower at a staggering 856 feet.
The National Library, Minsk, Belarus
The National Library of Belarus was founded on 15 September 1922 by Belarusian architect Georgy Lavrov, under the aegis of the Belarusian State University. It is now located in a new 72-meter (236 feet) high building in Minsk, Belarus. The building has 22 floors and was completed in January 2006. The building can seat about 2,000 readers and features a 500-seat conference hall. Its main architectural component has the shape of a rhombicuboctahedron. The library’s new building was designed by architects Mihail Vinogradov and Viktor Kramarenko and opened on 16 June 2006.
Air Force Academy Chapel in Colorado, United States
Designed by architect Walter Netsch of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill of Chicago The striking building features a succession of 17 glass and aluminum spires — each composed of 100 tetrahedrons — enclosing the upper level. Continuous panels of brilliant stained glass clad the tubular tetrahedrons, enabling diffused light to enter the building. Construction of Cadet Chapel began in 1959 and was completed in 1962. It was dedicated in 1963. It is an all-faith house of worship designed to meet the spiritual needs of cadets.
Nord LB building, Hannover, Germany
The new headquarters of the Norddeutsche Landesbank is the most spectacular building that has been built in Hannover. Designed by father and son, Günther and Stefan Behnisch, the Norddeutsche Landesbank building was completed in 2002. . The building measures a total of 40,000 square meters and provides office space for a staff of about 1,500. A light coat of steel cables and glass covers the projecting parts of the building: a “stretched flexible structure” of the kind normally used in suspended roofs, capable of resisting tensile stress. The asymmetrical, strongly expressionist Norddeutsche Landesbank building stands out from the monotony of the city of Hanover as different from either the housing developments to the south or the tall buildings north of Friedrichswall.
Fuji television building in Tokyo, Japan
Designed by architect Kenzo Tange and completed in 1996, the Fuji TV building has become a landmark of the Odaiba area thanks to its unusual silhouette, featuring a giant floating sphere and a skeletal central section of pedestrian bridges and columns. The 25-story building consists of two towers connected by three enclosed pedestrian bridges, called ‘sky corridors’ which are supported by four steel columns. The corridors help to strengthen the overall structure, making it highly earthquake resistant