Located on the waters of Reykjavik, Iceland, the Harpa Concert Hall was designed by Henning Larsen Architects and looks like carved gems, with unique glass panel windows reflecting sunlight.
The Bjarke Ingels Group is a huge triangular structure located in the West End of New York City and contains 600 apartments. This twisted form is meant to give the apartment as much view of the Hudson River.
The Antwerp Port house is probably one of the most unusual buildings of all time. Designed by ZahaHadid Architects, the project reused the old fire station and built an additional modern structure on top.
The Nakâra Residential in France was designed by the Jacques Ferrier Architecture with a crisp, white exterior. The hotel is covered with an open geometric pattern that gives it a bright, fresh feel.
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