Architecture

The most amazing buildings in the world – that haven’t been built

October 31, 2014

Preview 10 groundbreaking concept buildings that could radically shape future city skylines, including an organic agricultural high rise aiming to grow crops in New York, and a droplet-shaped building that promises to convert air into water.

Above image: Eco pods in Boston designed by Höweler and Yoon architects

According to a nifty graphic list by architect Konvon der Schulenburg, the world’s most impressive buildings are yet to be constructed.

The visual compilation explores some of the most intriguing concept buildings that could radically shape future city skylines, including an organic agricultural high rise aiming to grow crops in New York, and a droplet-shaped building that promises to convert air into water.

Though the 10 projects may be a long way from realisation, the innovative buildings certainly spark the imagination in putting forward an ambitious vision for the future, pushing the boundaries of our expectations of architecture.

Click on the graphic below to zoom in.

Cantrell Crowley - Amazing Buildings

This graphic appears courtesy of Cantrell and Crowley.

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