The 5 Most Complex Building Forms In The World With Amazing Designs

In various parts of the world, there are various types of buildings with all its own uniqueness. One of them is like the world-famous Guggenheim museum, and to this day it is called the largest building in the world. With a unique design then it does not mean the building is not strong safe or have a high aesthetic value. For details, here are the 5 most complex building forms in the world with stunning designs.

  1. Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, California

An architect named Frank Gehry had the opportunity to design and create a building for Los Angeles Philharmonic, precisely in 1988. Finally in 2003, the project was completed and named Walt Disney Concert Hall. In line with that also the public agreed that the building will become an iconic building, as well as feasible to wait. If noted, the entire exterior and structure of the building consist of a steel layer and installation of stainless ACP.

  1. Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany

Starting from the era of the 80s, one furniture manufacturer named Vitra has sent several world-class architects to create a museum of design in the campus area located in the city of Weil am Rhein. After going through a long development process, finally, Gehry’s Vitra Design Museum was officially opened in 1989. The display presented was also quite interesting and unique. Basically, the architect looks to accumulate some simple geometric shapes counter cubic volume, which in the end all together with a white plaster surface with a tin roof.

3. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Weisman Art Museum is located in the University campus area in Minnesota, United States completed in 1993. The facade of this building itself looks to combine various steel plates with the installation of ACP (aluminum composite panel).

  1. Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic

This building is an office building from representatives of the Dutch insurance company, Nationale-Nederlanden, or also known as Fred and Ginger. Easy enough to find this building. because of its asymmetrical form, can be easily seen from a distance. Again, this building is the work of Frank Gehry in collaboration with a local architect named Vlado Milunic.

  1. Olympic Fish Pavilion, Barcelona, Spain

On his way to the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Frank Gehry was asked to create a monumental building consisting of several gold statues and gold jarring. Until finally in a few years later, Gehry managed to create a building that even became a new breakthrough for architectural technology at the time, namely by using the help of three-dimensional aeronautical software to create a monumental building.

That was some information about 5 unique buildings with intricate designs in the world.

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