Striking Skyscrapers With Holes
For much of modern history, skyscrapers were merely very tall structures with wholly uniform façades. Yet over time architects began to manipulate the exteriors, sometimes removing entire sections altogether. Not only do buildings with holes in them offer city dwellers bold new forms to admire from the outside, but tenants within can enjoy sources of light that more traditional skyscrapers preclude.
Lessons in Architecture
Remembering the master Luigi Caccia Dominioni, who sadly passed away, with a recent article published on Domus for his 100th birthday, when we met him at his home to peruse the details of some of his buildings that have become immaculate examples of good building practice.
10 Mind-Blowing Architecture Marvels
Every structure on this list is equally remarkable and awe-inspiring. While some are renowned for their innovative design, others stand-out for their futuristic designs. Take a creative break as you browse through these breath-taking buildings and get inspired: Jewish Museum, Berlin Designed by Daniel Libeskind, this Jewish museum chronicles the social and political history ofRead More