The Art Deco style of architecture with its streamlined forms was regarded as futuristic when it was in style in the 1920s and 1930s. The original name for both early and late Art Deco was Art Moderne
Recently opened to public, the Dubai Frame will surely catch your eyes. As the name suggests, the building looks like a giant picture frame, measuring 150 meters by 93 meters. Located near yet another famous tourist attraction of Dubai, called Zabeel Park, this building is known to provide spectacular view of the old and new side of the city.
2. Jewel Changi, Singapore
Singapore’s Changi International Airport has already been voted as world’s best airport since few years now, and as Jewel Changi is unveiled there is no chance any other airport is ever going to take away this title from Changi. This new terminal building features a doughnut-shaped dome made from glass and steel.
3. Lakhta Center, Russia
With an edgy design, Lakhta Center with its 462 meters of height is about to be the tallest building in Russia as well as Europe. This 86-storey structure is going to be a non-residential place, with offices, bank, planetarium and medical center etc.
4. Vessel, USA
Stealing the hearts with its honeycomb pattern, Vessel is designed by famous architect Thomas Heatherwick – A Briton who’s given the world Zeitz MOCCA in Cape Town, and Olympic Cauldron. The 16-storey structure consists of 154 flights of stairs with 2,500 steps topped with copper. However, if you don’t want to climb a lift would also be there.
5. Leeza SOHO, China
Probably one of the most-talked about upcoming structures in Asia, the construction of Leeza SOHO began in 2015 and is all set to be completed this year. On its completion, it will feature world’s tallest atrium, with a height of 623 ft. Today, the status is enjoyed by Burj Al Arab in Dubai.