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'18 Septemberplein' by Massimilia Fuksas is a Giant Two-Part Masterpiece

 - Jul 17, 2010   Updated: Apr 3 2011
References: fuksas.it & contemporist
'18 Septemberplein' is actually a two-piece architecture design installment located in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The primary building is giant, white and rounded like a skull; the window-covered ancillary building reminds me of an abstract cone wormhole.

'18 Septemberplein' by Massimilia Fuksas Architects is said to look spectacular at night, as the building reflects artificial light off its glass walls.

Implications - Architecture, like many other facets of design, is becoming increasingly abstract. This may be due to the growing collective conscience of creativity and abstract thought amongst artists and consumers alike. Ultimately, today's consumer knows that personal limitations are more harmful towards one's imagination and the invention of anything new and refreshing.