#1 Khan Shatyr
The Futuristic Architecture is a reality and create this huge transparent tent in the center of Astana the new capital city of Kazakhstan. It serves as a cultural center and a place for social interaction for city residents.
#2 The Shards
The highest reaching skyscraper in the European Union, is an 87-storey part of London Bridge.
Futuristic architect Renzo Piano designed The Shards inspired by the railway lines next to the site, the London spires depicted by the 18th-century Venetian painter Canaletto, and the masts of sailing ships.
Architect: Renzo Piano
#3 Gardens by the Bay
This impressive structure is not a building per se, but is nevertheless an intriguing and beautiful nature park which has catapulted Singapore’s tourism industry to new heights.
It was opened in 2011, is made up of various botanical attractions designed as sustainable public spaces.
Architects: Wilkinson Eyre, Grant Associates
#4 Crescent Moon Tower
The Crescent Moon Tower is a design concept for a structure in Za’abeel Park it represents the modern face of Dubai.
Architect: Transparece House
This futuristic building is located in Brussels, Belgium it stands at a height of 102 meters with nine spheres of stainless steel connected to each other by tubes. The tubes are escalators and a lift to allow access to the other spheres which contain exhibition halls and other public spaces. The top sphere is restaurant and offers a panoramic view of the city and the other five spheres are open to the public. This building has become a popular structure in Europe.
Architect: André Waterkeyn