The spirit of Singapore has been captured in this new Digital Cloud Skyscraper for the World Expo in 2010. The project, led by Singapore-based Design Act, uses cubes to generate a modern skyscraper sculpture.
Check out the gallery to see more of this project that has been entitled “My Dream, Our Vision.”
Implications - Modern architecture typically embraces minimalist aesthetics, but many building designers responded to the aftermath of the global recession with futuristic edifices that defy all notions of subtlety. By embracing geometric shapes, avant-garde forms and show-stopping facades, these savvy architects created jaw-dropping concept skyscrapers that fly in the face of the dull depression-era constructions created by previous generations.
Design Act Captures the Spirit of Singapore for 2010 World Expo
1. Futuristic Skyscrapers - Opportunities for architects to design avant-garde skyscrapers that embrace geometric shapes and show-stopping facades, breaking away from traditional minimalist aesthetics.
2. Geometric Architecture - Innovative use of geometric shapes in building design to create visually stunning and unique structures that stand out from the norm.
3. Conceptual Sculptures - The integration of sculptural elements into architectural designs, blurring the line between art and functional structures.
1. Architecture - Architects can explore new design concepts that challenge traditional aesthetics and create visually striking buildings.
2. Construction - Construction companies can take on projects that involve innovative and unconventional building designs, catering to clients who seek unique and standout structures.
3. Art - Artists and sculptors can collaborate with architects to create architectural sculptures that combine functional design with artistic expression.