Elbe Philharmonic, Hamburg, Germany; a new building on top of a 1960s warehouse will become a new cultural complex, with a public plaza, a hotel, apartments, and a philharmonic hall; designed by Herzog & de Meuron
Building in São Paulo by Isay Weinfeld. I like how it seems kind of reminiscent of shipping containers stacked up like Jenga bricks. I'm actually surprised that I haven't seen more "container-inspired" high-structures. They seem kind of cool.
Gallery of Herzog & de Meuron's Tate Modern Expansion to Officially Open in 2016 - 1