People’s Imagination Has No Limits: 7 Architectural Masterpieces You Must See

The last two decades of the 20th century until the beginning of the new millennium witnessed the rise of specialization in architectural areas, technological expertise or methods for realizing the project. Often, architectural acts are cultural symbols, and artwork. Historical civilizations, often are identified with their existing architectural achievements.

Nowadays, we are witnessing that the architecture is rising more and more, and that is proved by numerous architectural masterpieces. Daily we are admired by the beautifully designed modern buildings, museums, houses and other architectural works. More than obvious is that the architects had a vivid imagination, courage and determination to pursue their visions of work. The following examples are architectural masterpieces around the world which will once again prove that people’s imagination has no limits!

Taichung Metropolitan Opera House by Toyo Ito


Image via Lou James

Medical Science 2 at the University of Tasmania by Lyons


Image via John Gollings, Dianna Snape

Factory on the Earth by Ryuichi by Ashizawa Architect


Image via Kaori Ichikawa, Wynn

Market Hall in Rotterdam by MVRDV


Image via MVRDV

Wat Ananda Metyarama Thai Buddhist Temple by Czarl Architects


Image via MingFu Weng

Tianjin Riverside 66 by Kohn Pedersen Fox


Image via Tim Griffith

Theatre de Stoep by UNStudio


Image via Peter Guenzel, Jan Paul Mioulet & Peter de Jong


Tags: architectural, architecture, contemporary architecture

Author: Ana Duovska


''Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful.''


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