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Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)

These buildings, all built since 2000, look like they’re from another world.

The City Hall of Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands, 2002.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Selfridges store, Birmingham, UK, 2003.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, 2003.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
Phaeno Science Center, Wolfsburg, Germany, 2005.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The National Theatre, Beijing, China, 2007.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados, 2007.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The “Mobile Art” exhibition pavilion in Hong Kong, 2008.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Porsche Museum, Stuttgart, Germany, 2009.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Guangzhou Opera House, Guangzhou, China, 2010.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Flame Towers in Baku, Azerbaijan, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The new Festival Hall in Erl , Austria, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)


The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
Galaxy Soho, Beijing, China, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The EYE Film Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
Pierres Vives government department, Montpellier, France, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)
The Peoples Meeting Dome, Allinge, Bornholm, Denmark, 2012.
Futuristic Looking Buildings (17 photos)

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