Best architectures in collaboration with the best civil engineers, it may amuse you, how beautiful the creative work of art by these experts turn out to be.
Considering the creativity of these designers and constructors, one will be moved beyond every reasonable doubt, that nothing is impossible as far as the mind can see it, then it can be done.
These buildings vary in style and patterns, depending on the taste and motivation of the Architect, most of which are in Europe, Asia, and America. Forget it, Africa is now in-line with such innovations and architectural masterpiece.
These gigantic structures, in appearance, would seem impossible to be actualized, but with the help of an increase in technology, and machinery, they are brought to reality.
Let’s view Top 10 amazing building construction by designers in many countries,
1. Diamond Tower Jeddah – Saudi Arabia
Diamond Tower is a 93-storey, 432-meter (1,417 ft) supertall skyscraper under construction in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The tower will be primarily for residential use.
Once completed, it will become Saudi Arabia’s second-tallest building and one of the tallest residential buildings in the world.
When completed, Diamond Tower will be the only creative building to twist a full 360 degrees along with its height.
2. Gardens by the Bay
Side-by-side parabolic conservatories of glass and steel anchor, this cutting-edge botanical garden in Singapore’s booming Marina Bay district. Named the 2012 building of the year by the World Architecture Festival, the Wilkinson Eyre–designed structures replicate distinct climates—one dry, the other humid—allowing for diverse attractions like a flower meadow and a misty mountain forest.
Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Grant Associates
3. Lotus Temple, New Dehli
The Lotus Temple is a Bahá’í House of Worship in New Delhi consisting of 27 structures resembling petals of the lotus flower that open onto a central hall around 40m high. It has nine sides, nine doors, and can accommodate 2,500 people. Its surface is made of white marble from Mount Pentelicus in Greece, the same marble used to build the Parthenon.
Since its completion in 1986, it has become one of the most visited buildings in the world, attracting over 100 million people.
4. Chess Tower Dubai
Chess Tower is a project located strategically in Dubai Sports City which is now considered a new business district within the city of Dubai that will be having the potential to be the commercial and business focal point in the future. It is also accessible to three busy arterial routes of Dubai, such as Al Barsha Road, Emirates Road, and Khail Road.
In other words, it is primarily located in the first purpose-built sports city in the world that has a total of 50 million square feet of land within the Dubai Land Development. Actually, the latter will feature the following 4 magnificent stadiums: a 60, 000 seat multi-purpose outdoor stadium; a 25 capacity cricket stadium; a 10,000 seat multi-purpose indoor arena; and a field hockey venue for more than 5,000 spectators.
5. Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur
Standing at 451.9 meters-tall, the Petronas Towers are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The buildings, which held the title of tallest in the world between 1998-2004, are an iconic landmark of the capital city.
The distinctive postmodern style was created by architects Cesar Pelli and Achmad Murdijat, engineer Deejay Cerico and designer Dominic Saibo under the consultancy of JC Guinto.
6. Absolute World
These residential high-rises strike a voluptuous profile in Toronto’s largest creative suburb. With continuous balconies and elliptical floor plans, the 50- and 56-story skyscrapers appear to shimmy and twist, each around its own axis.
Such creative form-making is the focus of the young Beijing firm, whose design was executed in coordination with Burka Architects. Founded by Yansong Ma in 2004, MAD has earned a reputation for innovative edifices such as Inner Mongolia’s Ordos Museum. Like that project, the Absolute towers offer a refreshing take on a familiar building type.