Amazing Architecture: London's 2015 Serpentine Pavillion

Amazing Architecture: London's 2015 Serpentine Pavillion

Hyde Park to visit this year's Serpentine Pavilion. The yearly structure is an event in the architecture world, as well as in the London cultural scene.

Love these contrasting colors, and that wood!

A minha casa e sua fachada colorida

These doors look like they live in El Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico.

For his Cathedral of Brasília, completed in 1970, architect Oscar Niemeyer constructed a striking hyperboloid structure from 16 concrete columns. Years later, a 21,528-square-foot stained-glass work by Marianne Peretti replaced the clear glass that filled the negative space between the pillars, creating a swirling pattern of blues and greens visible from both inside and out.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

For his Cathedral of Brasília, completed in 1970, architect Oscar Niemeyer constructed a striking hyperboloid structure from 16 concrete columns. Years later, a 21,528-square-foot stained-glass work by Marianne Peretti replaced the clear glass that filled the negative space between the pillars, creating a swirling pattern of blues and greens visible from both inside and out.

Looking for parking? Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners’ garage in Santa Monica, California, is easy to spot with its concrete-and-colored-channel-glass façade that appears as opaque planes of color by day and illuminated fluorescence by night.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Designed by some of the top firms, such as Herzog & de Meuron, these parking garages prove that even traditionally mundane spaces can be beautifully designed

Artist Spencer Finch has temporarily vamped up the Morgan Library & Museum’s Renzo Piano–designed Gilbert Court in New York by applying colorful film to some of the windows of the four-story glass volume.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Whether tinted in a pretty pastel or saturated in juicy brights, these polychromatic buildings add a dash of color to their surroundings

Artist Spencer Finch has temporarily vamped up the Morgan Library & Museum’s Renzo Piano–designed Gilbert Court in New York by applying colorful film to some of the windows of the four-story glass volume.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Whether tinted in a pretty pastel or saturated in juicy brights, these polychromatic buildings add a dash of color to their surroundings

David Adjaye’s Idea Store in London boasts a glass façade that mimics the neighborhood’s nearby market stalls, whose structures are draped with green-and-blue-striped fabrics.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Whether tinted in a pretty pastel or saturated in juicy brights, these polychromatic buildings add a dash of color to their surroundings

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