Modern Industrial Architecture, from Concrete Churches to Abodes

 - Feb 7, 2010   Updated: Apr 14 2011
We see concrete buildings every day of our lives, but chances are they aren’t as creative as the concrete creations in this cluster. From eye-popping architecture replete with cutout leaves and lattices to accordion architecture that looks like a giant’s musical instrument, these designs are stunners.

Check out these and more concrete buildings above.

Implications - Modern architecture has increasingly adopted avant-garde forms and sinuous shapes. Concrete is a durable, adaptable material ideal for creating these contemporary skyscrapers. Companies can take advantage of this opportunity by designing jaw-dropping buildings with unexpected aesthetic cues to instantly attract consumers and ensure the brand attains viral fame through the power of the blogosphere.