2014 was a wonderful year for achitecture. Many architectural dreams were fulfield. From 3D printed homes to buildings grown from trash, here are the most ingenious buildings of 2014.
Rainbow Chapel by a21 Studio – This chapel and community center on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, gives life to a region lacking in community centers for people to host conferences, weddings and exhibitions.
Isfahan Dreamland Commercial Center by Farshad Mehdizadeh Architects – although is still just a plan has a geometric design to attempt to harmonize the city’s aesthetic with a pre-existing building.
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Freedom of the Press monument by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associates, called called “a gesture in glass.”
Split House by Neri & Hu – this split level apartment series in Shanghai updates a crumbling lane house.
Dune House by Fearon Hay – in Auckland, on New Zealand’s North Island. This home was designed to suit its mellow white-dune-and-beach surroundings.
Source: Daily Design News