This Futuristic Building Design Comes from Zaha Hadid Architect

 - Jan 24, 2013
References: zaha-hadid & dezeen
This futuristic building design is a complex of apartments, offices and leisure facilities proposed for an abandoned site in Belgrade, Serbia. The lot is only 500 meters from the city’s center, but is currently abandoned and unused. The design covers an area of 94,000 square meters and is called Beko Masterplan.

The Beko Masterplan will feature a five-star hotel, a congress center, galleries and stores. There will also be an underground parking lot. The main attraction of this futuristic building is the aesthetic design itself. It’s the kind of design that makes you stand back and say "we’ve officially reached ‘the future.’"

"The masterplan follows the region’s strong Modernist traditions and has applied new concepts and methods that examine and organize the programs of the site; defining a composition of buildings with the elegance of coherence that addresses the complexity of twenty-first century living patterns," said Zaha Hadid.