Conceptual Architecture Showcase – Breaking the Limits

No one can stop the flight of the conceptual architects’ thought. We bet they keep on working even at night during the sleep – and at this time their vigorous imagination and restless mind picture unbelievable and grotesque buildings in front of their closed eyes. How delightful it would be to see all those unique shapes rising in the modern cities in the real life! Thus, during the daytime, architects do their best to remember every single detail they saw in a dream and reproduce each of them in their conceptual works. In white and silver color, twisted, tangled, and circular, raising above the water and floating in the sky – these architectural designs break the limits, go beyond our imagination, and tower into the cosmic heights.

“You may say I am a dreamer, but I’m not the only one”, – these words by John Lennon may suit well every generation, because there are always people, who look into the future and long for better changes, but they also search the ways to improve the contemporaneity. Thus, even today we can already observe some of the successful implementations of architectural designs in different cities all around the world. That’s why it allows us to believe that some day one of those dreamers will definitely find the means to make those wonderful dreams come true…

Stockholm Nordic Crescent by D’arc.studio

An Atmosphere Excavated by John Becker

Aquapark Trilobit by Tomas Durdis

Adobe CS4 – Shortcut to Brilliant by Paul Hollingworth

Rendering of a Hillside Modern Restaurant by Gradinar Razvan

ZeroHouse by Specht Harpman

ELEVATED BROOD by Paul Nicholls

Blooming In The Wind by mekene architecture

Blue Crystal by Sven Sauer

Architecture by b.

Yorkshire Renaissance Pavilion by Various Architects

Mobile Performance Venue by Various Architects

System for Living by David Eskenazi

C_Flots (apartments) by Paula Nogueron

2008 Evolo Competition by Jan Lim

Link Buliding by Petar Pavlov

HOTEL**** by Yuliyan Mikov

Futuristic design by Unknown

Ecocity for Rome by OFL Architecture

Seascraper “Artificial Island” /UAE by Alexander Krasinski

TEK “The Technology Entertainment and Knowledge Center” in Taipei by Bjarke Ingels, Jakob Lange

Bubble Art Museum by Erick Kristanto

Maritime Cultural & Pop Music Center in Kaohsiung by MADE IN

Veil & Vault Museum by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Sports City of Basra in southern Iraq by 360 Architecture

Arch bridge in Dubai by Fxfowle

New Orleans Archology Habitat by Unknown

Daewon Park Observatory by Kyungam Architects Associates

Futuristic Conceptualized Architecture by Unknown

Aura by Andreas Trisveis

Taiwan Tower Conceptual Design by Mihai CARCIUN, DSBA and upgrade. studio

Russia-Organic City by Schiavello Architects Office

Helios Rehab Sanctuary by CLS

Strata Blobitecture Tower in Abu Dhabi by Asymptote

Metropol Parasol is the new icon project for Sevilla-Spain by J.MAYER H.

Center For Promotion of Science by Sadar & Vuga

Kaohsiung Port Terminal by Reiser + Umemoto

4 Star Hotel Plevnei by Dimitrie Stefanescu

Spear Tower by Milica Stankovic and Vuk Djordjevic

Qatar’s 2022 World Cup Stadiums by Various

KT Landmark Tower by Studio Daniel Liebeskind + G.Lab

Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Center by Zaha Hadid & Patrik Schumacher

Stone Towers by Zaha Hadid

Pompidou Center Metz by Shigeru Ban

Yas Marina Abu Dhabi by Asymptote Architecture

Regium Waterfront by Zaha Hadid

Concept Tower by Jonathan Gales

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