Boco do Lobo


If there is one condition of modern architecture, it’s that the construction must prevail standing. Yet some architects push the limits, obviously challenging with Newton’s universal law of gravity, to design structures that not only seem to defy reasoning but are excellent at that. From a cantilevered shed created by the Dutch-based firm MVRD to an impressively accumulated construction in Hanover, by the Stuttgart-based firm Behnisch Architekten, these modern architecture buildings seem impracticable to conceive, let alone produce. Of course, all of these architectural constructions passed stringent zoning laws before they were built. Here are some examples of impressively designed structures: Building: Museum of Tomorrow Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Architect: Santiago Calatrava Completed in 2015, 1.4 million people visited the Museum of Tomorrow during its inaugural year, far surpassing the predicted 450,000 visits. It is currently the most-visited museum in Brazil. Building: Hypo Alpe-Adria Bank Location: Udine, Italy Architecture firm: Morphosis Architects The architects tilted…