1- FALLINGWATER, NEW YORK
Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the famous architects, designed this masterpiece.
This beautiful residential building, constructed in 1935, has an influence on a cascade in southwest Pennsylvania, which is a luxury lifestyle. A good example of organic architecture This guest house, built of natural sandstones and other unusual materials, was a beautiful example of craftsmanship.
2- The Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Turkey.
This magnificent mosque was built between 1609 and 1616, also known as The Blue Mosque.
The mosque still serves for praying in this sumptuous interior and exterior architecture, which is in reality a very popular tourist destination. It has a central cupola, eight secondary domes and six minarets. Because of its most beautiful blue tiles on the interior walls, the sultan Ahmed Mosque is called The Blue Mosque.
The mosque was founded on the influence of Ottoman tradition and was declared the largest mosque of classical times with its integration of Islamic architecture.
3- The Shard, UK
It is a 95-story skyscaper designed by a well-known Italian architect, Renzo Piano. The hut is also known as the Shard London bridge, the Shard stone, and the bridge tower of London.
Situated in Southwark, the Shard stands at 309.7 metres (1,016 ft) high, and let’s know some of the interesting facts about Shard:
- It is the tallest building in the United Kingdom,
- It is termed as tallest building in the European Union,
- Fifth-tallest building in Europe
- 96th-tallest building in the World
- Second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom
It has mesmerizing glass-clad pyramidal tower which has 72 livable floors, with a viewing gallery and mind blowing open-air observation deck on the 72nd floor with a mind blowing view at a height of almost 244 metres (801 ft).
4 GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM, New York
This unique and innovative architectural site is also an educational center for the love of architecture. The Guggenheim Museum is considered one of the most significant artist’s landmarks in 20th century, an internationally renowned art museum.
In addition to lectures by artists and renown critic, gallery tours, screenings, exhibits and many more, visitors can enjoy the scene.
Frank Lloyd Wright was able to build this museum again and he never disappointed.
The tower has a new and renovated space of 4.750 square meters and a new office space of 130 square metres, restaurants, storage and support areas. The tower has a distinctive spiral style and a basic grid and facade pattern.
The museum building has been recommended for inclusion by the United States of America in the United Nations Education, Science and Culture.
The Guggenheim Museum has already been set up in Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island, providing UAE residents with the opportunity to look at the fascinating and comprehensive panorama of art history that emphasizes the junction of local, regional and international inspirational sources.
5 Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Finally, Burj Khalifa will make a list in any part of the world in the matter of listing top architectural sites. The environment you are in the streets or the air is a hallmark of Dubai’s world.
At 829.8 m this skyscraper from Dubai is currently the world’s tallest human-made building. Founded in 2004 and completed on the exterior in 2009. In 2010, it was officially opened. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill built the Burj Khalifa Dubai tower. The idea was influenced by the patterning framework embodied in Islamic architecture, which required the development of a new structural system to support the height.