This design for the Museum of Architecture by Yuliyan Mikov is an arresting abstract vision that looks like it was made with stretched gum. In the designer's blurb, Mikov notes a ghostly inspiration, and it's easy to interpret the clear bulbous spaces as specters fighting each other for space.
See more shots of the Museum of Architecture by Yuliyan Mikov above. I've added other futuristic architecture designs below.
Implications - Youth consumers have an intense desire to see new, futuristic forms manifest. Their conception of the future has been informed in large part by mass media, primarily through TV shows and movies. Companies should consider popular representations of the future and create designs that reflect this vision.