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5 Most Ingenious Architectural Works of 2014

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 Chapelby 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.

Rainbow Chapel by a21 Studio

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.

Isfahan Dreamland Commercial Center by Farshad Mehdizadeh Architects

May also interest you: Best of 2014: Interior Design Projects

Freedom of the Press monument by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associates, called called “a gesture in glass.”

Freedom of the Press monument by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associates

Split House by Neri & Hu – this split level apartment series in Shanghai updates a crumbling lane house.

Split House by Neri & Hu

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.

Dune House by Fearon Hay

 

Source: Daily Design News

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