Diamond Tower, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia designed by Buruoj Engineering Consultant :: 93 floors, height 432m :: on hold

Diamond Tower, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia designed by Buruoj Engineering Consultant :: 93 floors, height :: on hold - under construction

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Beautiful Brickwork as Solar Screen

Looking like a Jenga stack on steroids, this beautiful brick facade shields the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre in India, doing double duty as a solar screen and noise buffer

Costa Rica Congress Hall in San Jose, Costa Rica, is a futuristic design by Caza Architects that actually pays homage to South America’s past by combining geometry and nature in the manner of tropical modernism

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A Brooklyn-based firm connected a series of hypercubes to create this modular government building, the Costa Rica Congress Hall, which features a platform for public demonstrations. For more innovative architecture design, read on.

Osteon Cumulus in WuXi, China, designed by Desitecture. This vertical city, which looks like a floating forest, is meant to create as little of a carbon footprint as possible while housing many residents.

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See the World’s Most Innovative Future Projects at the World Osteon Cumulus in WuXi, China, designed by Desitecture. This vertical city looks like a floating forest

8Beach Hut in Singapore, by Spark Architects. These huts designed for the coasts of oceans are made of discarded plastics found among the beaches in Southeast Asia. Each hut includes a solar panel that energizes the LED lights that illuminate the structure at night. The creators hope that beachgoers will enjoy its color while also learning about the harmful effects of ocean pollution.

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Futuristic beach huts built from recycled ocean plastic, resembling giant pine cones, in Singapore. The colorful beach huts designed by Architecture firm…

Filling Station of the Future in Warsaw, Poland, designed by the firm KAMJZ Architects. The structure of nearly every gas station around the world has remained unchanged since the 1980s. KAMJZ Architects believes it’s time to catch up with the times and revolutionize where our cars recharge

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The World Architecture Festival is an annual event in Berlin and has just released its shortlist for the Experimental Future Projects award.

The Tree House by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners can be built anywhere in the world. This concept was designed to provide low-cost housing that can be built easily—and taken apart, if need be—while adding a vibrant dynamic to the local skyline.

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The playful yet practical design from architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is a nominee for the World Architecture Festival awards.

The Emperor’s Dress in Brunico, Italy, by Network of Architecture. Rising 115 feet tall, this wood structure replicates a tower built in the same location at the beginning of the 20th century by Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria. It was intended to be a place to devise military attacks and defend surrounding land. It was later used as a gathering place for poets and painters, before it was destroyed in World War II.

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8Berlin Walls in Berlin, designed by the Swiss-based firm Le Quang Architect, deals with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe. The proposal is an easily constructed home that can be built by citizens and refugees, to help integrate the displaced and familiarize them with their new neighbors. The homes can quickly be dismantled once the refugees find permanent jobs and homes.

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8Berlin Walls in Berlin, designed by the Swiss-based firm Le Quang Architect, deals with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe. The proposal is an easily constructed home that can be built by citizens and refugees, to help integrate the displaced and familiarize them with their new neighbors. The homes can quickly be dismantled once the refugees find permanent jobs and homes.

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