Creating architectural eye candy that is artfully crafted from a unique and creative knowledge of space and shape is a treat for the senses of city dwellers and tourists alike. Different from the norms of building design, as most exteriors are constructed to endure the elements and meet standards of safety, innovative new buildings with sharp angles are more like works of art.
Deviating away from the traditional geometric components, these designs embrace bolder angles, moving architecture forward into new realms that those in the field will find most worthy of praise. Unusual and captivating, these kinds of sleek, ultra-modern buildings include variations that are crisply cutting-edge and brightly free-formed, demonstrate by their magnificence that the more daring and risk-taking the use of geometry, the more visually appealing it will be.
Moving as far from the mundane, practical, and pragmatic, these edifices composed of acute angles create a reaction in anyone who sees them.
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The Hague Municipal Office by Rudy Uytenhaak
Allandale House by William O’Brien Jr
Nth Fitzroy House by AM Architecture
Denver Art Museum by Studio Daniel Libeskind
Jansen Campus by Davide Macullo Architects
Karuizawa Museum by Yasui Hideo Atelier
MP09 Building by GS Architects
Oficina Vidre Negre by Damilano Studio Architects
Connecting Riads Residential Complex by AQSO Arquitectos
Splice by Cadence Architects
The Klein Bottle House by McBride Charles Ryan
The Perth Arena
The Sovereign Pop Venue by de Architekten Cie
House Folded by ALPHAville Architects
The Vanke Triple V Gallery
Titanic Belfast by Todd Architects
The Villa F by Hornung and Jacobi Architecture