July 26, 2016
Decor and Style team will show you the ambitions of designers and developers remains undiminished, though, and 2016 will see the completion of a host of new, groundbreaking, genre-defining architectural landmarks around the world. 10 New amazing buildings you want to see in 2016…
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Tate Modern by Herzog and de Meuron, London, United Kingdom. The perforated brick extension to one of London’s most visited museums will add a vast amount of new exhibition space when it opens in June 2016.
Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre by Allied Works Architecture, Calgary, Canada. Allied Works’ striking, sculptural Studio Bell will form a new gateway for Calgary on its completion next year.
520 West 28th Street by Zaha Hadid Architects, New York, N.Y., United States. Zaha Hadid’s first residential project in the Big Apple is now rising above the High Line in Manhattan. The building’s characteristically curvaceous façades will soon be applied.
Lotte World Tower by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Seoul, South Korea. KPF’s 123-floor, 1,800-foot (555-meter) super-tall skyscraper is already reshaping the skyline of South Korea’s capital city and is set for completion in the fall of 2016.
National Museum of African American History and Culture by Adjaye Associates, The Freelon Group, Davis Brody Bond and SmithGroup, Washington, D.C., United States. The golden façades of David Adjaye’s landmark museum in Washington have been constructed in recent months, and the building is set for its grand opening in the coming months.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Expansion by Snøhetta, San Francisco, Calif., United States. Snøhetta’s largest cultural project in the United States to date, the glacial Museum of Modern Art is approaching completion alongside Mario Botta’s original building.
Faena Arts Center by OMA, Miami, Fla., United States. The latticework of Rem Koolhaas’s new arts and retail hub in Miami is complete, and the building should be finished during the first half of 2016.
Apple Headquarters by Foster + Partners, Cupertino, Calif., United States. Construction of Norman Foster’s gargantuan, ring-shaped Apple campus is well under way, and the tech giant should be able to move into its sparkling new home later this year.
National Museum of Qatar by Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Doha, Qatar. Across the water from his iconic Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, the many disks of Jean Nouvel’s Qatar museum are now taking shape in the heart of Doha.
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