The top February 2016 architecture trends showcase a number of shifts that point to the future of design.
Part of Rio de Janeiro's Porta Maravilhosa urban redevelopment plan, the recently opened Museum of Tomorrow is a stunning architectural feat that juts out from a pier to hover above the Atlantic Ocean. Opened just in time for the 2016 Summer Olympics to be hosted by the city, the stunning structure is sure to be a fixture through the year and beyond.
Separately, the Four Seasons Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru recently installed an idyllic wedding pavilion that floats in the center of the ocean. The awe-inspiring venue is quite intimate with room for only 18 people, but the views are likely to make up for the lack of space.
Top 60 Architecture Trends in February
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Individual Community Cabins
Meticulous Micro Apartments
Sloped Stone Cabins
Low-Maintenance Weekend Homes
Vibrant Norwegian Homes
From Futuristic Science Museums to Pooled Roof Stadiums
Feb 27, 2016By: Rebecca Byers -