Pierres Vives, Zaha Hadid Architects, Montpellier, France

It is not a big secret, that we are huge-huge fans of Zaha Hadid's sculptural architecture and now that the Pierres Vives project, in France, has been completed, a new post was in order!

Pierres Vives, Zaha Hadid Architects, Montpellier, France
Pierres Vives, Zaha Hadid Architects, Montpellier, France
Looks like Europe is catching up quick on future architecture projects, re-inventing itself, year after year.


Wuxi Grand Theatre, PES-Architects, China

When the building design is inspired by a butterfly landing on the edge of a lake, the result can be nothing less than impressive.

Ladies and Gens, I give you the Wuxi Grand Theatre, designed by Finnish firm PES-Architects, as featured in Inhabitat's article: Butterfly-Winged Wuxi Grand.


Henderson Waves Bridge, RSP Architects, Singapore

I casually fell in love, with this, one of a kind, kick ass designed bridge, by RSP architects planners & engineers and IJP corporation, in Singapore and I simply had to share it with all the Future Architecture enthusiastics! 


Platform of Arts and Creativity, Pitagoras Arquitectos, Guimaraes

I know, I know, long time no see. 

Well, we are back! So, sit comfortably and enjoy the ride, Future Architecture is back and so are the most exciting new buildings around the world!

I was browsing through the pages of Style of Design, this morning and found this little gem. I was hooked immediately and I am sure you will be too.

Photography is by Joao Morgado.
Shimmering brass walls surround this arts centre that Portuguese firm Pitagoras Arquitectos have just completed in GuimarĂ£es.
Photography is by Joao Morgado.
The new two-storey structure comprises a series of irregularly stacked volumes that extend out from a refurbished row of existing buildings on the edge of an old market square in the city centre.
Photography is by Joao Morgado.

Rows of rectilinear brass pipes give the centre its ridged golden facade, while mirrors clad the underside of cantilevered rooms on the first floor.
Photography is by Joao Morgado.

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