We’ve all seen the imposing, weirdly shaped buildings in Sci-Fi movies and not only. Well, they were not wrong, as you are about to see 10 of the most stunning and amazing designs of futuristic architecture that will soon take shape and enchant our eyes.
Beijing International Airport – completed in 2009, the stunning terminal three is the largest airport terminal in the world, covering 986,000 square meters.
Dragonfly – Vincent Cellebaut designed this architectural concept for a vertical farm in New York, comprising two central cores for both office spaces and other social uses, the essential part though being the farms. This
The Lilypad – a futuristic Floating ecopolis, designed by Belgian artist, Vincent Cellebaut with a very specific purpose: to harbor climate change refugees. It contains three mountains and it floats, having a capacity to h
Gardens of the bay – an urban park already existing in Singapore, that was voted the world’s best building.
Songjiang Hotel – a revolutionary architectural design for a hotel that will be founded in a flooded pit at the base of Mt. Tianmashan, Songjiang, Shanghai.
Crescent Moon Tower – a masterpiece that will enchant the eye, taking its place in Za’abeel park, Dubai, of course; a design concept that will complete Dubai’s collection of imposing futuristic buildings, comprising a libr
Hangzhou Waves – architectural design for a 5-star hotel and office complex, actually two building complementing each other, in Hangzhou, China.
Nuragic & Contemporary Art Museum – in Cagliari, Italy, will cover 12,000 square meters and won a competition being the design of the Zaha Hadid architects.
Khan Shatyr – an enormous transparent tent serving as a cultural and social interaction centre for the city residents, in Astana – the new capital of Kazakhstan, has been already built.
Nexus Media Centre – another futuristic architectural concept for the United Arab Emirates, that will mainly be used for data storage, also containing a media centre, exhibition areas, offices, apartments and gardens.