The geometric shapes that architecture provides are the perfect Instagram picture when they receive good layers of bold and contrasting colors. This historical, and unique architectural building around the world that have made unique Instagram moments, see the best inspirations that we selected for your feed.
Ricardo Bofill’s 1973 project, La Muralla Roja is located in Alicante, Spain. With this modern project the Catalan architect questions the division between public and private spaces, inspired by the Kashbah, traditional labyrinthine adobe dwellings/houses very common in Morocco.
One of the most famous Mexican architect, Luis Barragán, brings influences of European modernism and elements of the traditional architecture of his country in his works. The architect sought to bring serenity, beauty, and spirituality and used strong colors like pink, yellow, red, turquoise and brown, but never green, which he left to nature. In the interiors, he preferred natural materials such as stones, wood, and leather.
The architect Richard England is a native of Malta and studied and worked in Italy, with masters such as Gio Ponti and Carlo Scarpa. His small home country is filled with his works such as the Aquasun Lido Public Swimming Pool, the private residence Ir-Razzett ta’Sandrina and the reconstruction of the Saint Andrew chapel in the photos above.
Krijn de Koning
The artist Koning Krijn has created a maze of colorful walls on the terrace of the Turner Contemporary Gallery in Margate, England.
Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins
The Reversible Destiny, is one of the attractions of Yoko Park, Japan, and was designed in 1995 by Shusaka Arakawa and Madeline Gins. The idea of the park is to question the standards of gravity and perspective, so inside the house, there is furniture glued to the walls, ceiling and floor.
This project from the Slovenian office @ofis_architects was the winner of a competition sponsored by the Slovenia Housing Fund, a non-governmental program to provide low-cost apartments for young families.
Engineer Freddy Mamani Sylvestre is the builder behind these buildings in El Alto, Bolivia, inspired by the architecture of the Aymara indigenous people.
Source: Casa Vogue