Modern architecture is an architectural style that is based on some concepts of new and innovative construction technologies, with the mixed use of concrete, glass, steel and more. The constructive ideas are usually streamlined, minimalism, and functionalism. It is not difficult to find such architectures in our everyday life but today we are going to show you a few different world's iconic modern architectures in this article. Read on to discover more! Let's get started!
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1. Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Hymenocallis flower is the main concept behind this modern skyscraper. Its Y-shaped structure features a triple-lobed footprint with three different elements arranged around the core building. Being the tallest tower in the world, Burj Khalifa provides visitors the best overlooking views of Dubai. No wonder it has become the signature landmark of the city as well as one of the most visited attractions in the country.
2. Dancing House, Prague, Czechia
It is definitely very easy to tell the idea behind the Dancing House by its name; however, you may not know that this architectural style is best-known as deconstructive due to its abnormal shape of a building. This architecture is built with a mixed use of concrete and glass; and each supporting concrete panel is in different shape and dimension. Visit the rooftop bar for a wonderful time and a beautiful panoramic view of Prague!
3. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, USA
The Guggenheim Museum is an excellent example of minimalism. Its pure white circular shaped exterior gives us a clean, simple and somehow futuristic feeling. This art gallery is easy to explore due to the circular design of the building; the ramps inside allows you to get to the top floor without climbing any stairs. What an amazing design!