Amazing buildings

Discover the most incredible and awe-inspiring buildings from around the world. Get inspired by the architectural wonders that will leave you in awe and spark your creativity.
Resort Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Architecture Building, Building Design, Architecture Design, Unusual Buildings, Interesting Buildings, Amazing Buildings

Our aim is simple: to celebrate Brutalist, Modernist and Constructivist architecture. We bring you a carefully researched edit of the best examples of those design from around the world. Greyscape, born out of a passion for under-appreciated 20th Century design, was originally launched as an Instagram account in 2016.

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Architecture Unique, Cultural Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Building Architecture, Architecture Colleges, Online Architecture, Futuristic Building, Paper Architecture, Architecture People

Architecture is meant to fulfill both practical and expressive requirements, and thus it serves both utilitarian and aesthetic purposes. When you look at a structure, you can distinguish these two ends but they cannot be separated, and the relative weight each of them carry can vary widely. Plus, every society has its own, unique relationship to the natural world and its architecture usually reflects that as well, allowing people from other places to learn about their environment, as well as…

Phil Daug
Futuristic Building, Modern Architecture Building, Architecture Design Concept, Futuristic City, Futuristic Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Architecture Photography, Structure Architecture, Organic Architecture Design

Melania Tower is a hybrid building that includes a shopping mall, offices and luxury hotel apartments, estab- lished on the front of an artificial lake in Erbil, Iraq, with an organic structure. The length of this tower, which is about 140 meters, aims to be a tourist attraction and a landmark, helped by the formation of the organic facade based on beautiful fludity curves that leave an unforgettable trace in the memory of the beholder.

Gabriela Monzon