From Mood-Inspired Apartments to LED-Wrapped Stadiums

By: Rebecca Byers - Sep 30, 2015
The top September 2015 architecture trends highlight a variety of innovations that carry industry-spanning implications for the future.

As architectural design continues to converge with modern understandings regarding health and well-being, designers are incorporating design-based solutions to chronic unhappiness. An example of this can be found in the Tyche Apartment, a Barcelona holiday home that was designed entirely around promoting feelings of well-being.

Additionally, continually rising urban populations have resulted in the transformation of almost any spare space for retail spaces. This can be seen at El Papagayo Restaurant, a charming eatery in Córdoba, Argentina that is inspired by the alleyway restaurants of Hong Kong.

The top September 2015 architecture trends showcase a host of structural design innovations that range from generally awe-inspiring work to sustainability focused modernizations.