Today’s architectural buildings are worlds aside from the box-shaped structures of the antiquity. This is especially accurate for homes as architects extend the limits of both their creativity and design limits to produce some impressive buildings.
From rollercoaster-shaped design projects whose façade resembles more like some South American waterfall than the façade of a building to individual family residences whose upper floor takes off in a reverse way than it’s under floor, today’s architects are designing some fascinating buildings.
Not surprisingly, the birthplace of these futuristic designs started as a concept in the architect’s head and then, with the guidance of design software that uses sheets and clearness, the architect is able to bring these buildings to life.
Now, it is no longer trustworthy to say to an architect that a building with a structure that seems like a half-capsized cruise boat is impossible, for with all of the design tools at his control, and the progress in architectural engineering, the limit to today’s architects are his imagination.