Most Instagrammable Architecture
Kengo Kuma & Associates
The museum faces the River Tay. The façade employs a variety of shadows with changes created by multiple horizontal layers of precast concrete that are meant to express the cliffs of Scotland.
FR-EE, Fernando Romero Enterprise
Mexico City, Mexico
The anvil-shaped museum with a windowless façade is composed of hexagonal aluminum tiles and constructed of 28 different sized and shaped curved steel columns creating a distinctive and irregular form.
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Architect: Frank Gehry
Constructed on the edge of a water garden created especially for the project, the building comprises an assemblage of white blocks clad in panels of fiber-reinforced concrete, surrounded by twelve immense glass “sails” supported by wooden beams.
Viceroy Los Cabos
Miguel Ángel Aragonés
Los Cabos, Mexico
Viceroy Resort and Viceroy Residences resemble a series of stark white cubes that seem to float in blue reflecting pools. Elevated walkways crisscross the property meeting at Nido, a latticed, nest-like structure where guests dine while gazing at the sea.
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