Rock Gym, Iran:
In response to the climbing potential of Polur, New Wave Architecture has designed a new rock climbing hall within the rocky lands of Mazandaran. Overlooking the country’s highest peak, the “fragmented mass” invites nature and landscape to “visually creep into the building” to offer daylight and establish a strong connection between climbers and the surrounding landscape.
Stazione Mediopadana, Italy:
A large undulation form composed by 457 steel frames spaced about one meter apart. The structure seems like it is unstable, because it’s form, but is one of the safest buildings in Italy. It’s modern design makes taking a train a whole new experience.
Burj Khalifa, Dubai:
Standing at just under 830 meters tall, the Burj Khalifa is not only the tallest building in Dubai, but the tallest on the planet. The rocket ship-like design makes this striking skyscraper look as if it’s going to take off at any minute.
Roman Vlasov works (All of them):
Vlasov’s concepts hit upon important design features: sharpness, elegance, simplicity, and sleekness. The contrast between nature and the rigidity of a man-made structure accentuate the beauty of the construction. Aesthetically beautiful, Vlasov’s works are beautifully displayed from every angle.
New Horizons, Australia:
The exterior of the building is clad in steel and digitally rendered and fabricated panels that represent molecules on coded DNA strands, giving the form a strong sense of movement and orientation.