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3 greatest modern architects of all time

Architecture plays a big role in our everyday lives.We recognize some great works of architecture instantly. Here are the five greatest architests of modern times.  Many found here at Complex

Frank Gehry


Gehry’s works are very distinct. His deconstructive forms attract tourists all around the world. He is known as ‘the most important architect of our age’ by Vanity Fair. He creates spaces that manipulate surfaces and forms. He uses unique materials in construction that will make you wonder how all these work together. His notable projects are The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Der Neue Zollhof in Dusseldorf, The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the Marques de Riscal Vineyard Hotel in Elciego.

Frank Lloyd Wright


He thought of the exterior and interior spaces as one. He was always ahead of his time in building forms and construction methods. Surprisingly, he never went to a formal architecture school. He used organic and natural forms in his design. His notable projects include The Guggenheim Museum in New York City, Fallingwater Residence in Mill Run, and more.

Ieoh Ming Pei – I.M. Pei


He is a Chinese-born architect came to study architecture in the U.S. when he was a teenager. Later, he became one of the greatest architects of modern architecture. I.M. Pei’s works are noted for their unique set of geometric forms. He incorporates Chinese influences into his work. His best projects include Le Grand Louvre (The Pyramid) in Paris, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, and Museum in Boston, The Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong, The National Gallery or Art in Washington D.C., etc.

These iconic architects have left their marks in the world of modern architecture today. We get lots of inspiration from their works.


Top 5 features of a green building

A green building considers environment at every stage of their construction including the design, construction, operation and maintenance phases. Green building provides different benefits to the building occupants and the society as a whole. It incorporates superior air quality, noise control, and abundant natural light. Design efficiency, water and energy efficiency, resource efficiency, indoor environmental quality, etc. are the highlights of green building. Here are the top features of green building.

Protects existing ecology


Green buildings are constructed on environmentally sensitive land, and measures are taken to restore plant life. It protects the ecology around it.

Fewer resource used


Green buildings use fewer materials through efficient design. It eliminates the unnecessary finish materials. It promotes water and material recycling in their operations.

Energy efficiency


It is the most important factor in the construction of all green buildings. The building is constructed by carefully selecting the window, building envelope air sealing, duct sealing, use fo clean energy-powered heating and cooling systems, etc. The result is an energy efficient building. The building uses renewable energy like wind, solar and biomass energy to reduce the carbon footprints of the building.

Water conservation


These buildings conserve water by implementing more efficient water delivery and recycling system. It minimizes the water use of the building, and so protects local ecologies, like the aquatic life.

Air quality

Green buildings improve the quality of in-house air by controlling the contamination source, diluting the source and capturing the source through filtration. This reduces respiratory ailments like asthma’s and allergies.
Green buildings can contribute towards a sustainable construction. Constructing such building requires lower development costs, lower operating costs, healthier indoor environment, and increased comforts. We should develop green buildings to protect our environment.

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4 interesting things you didn’t know about Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa is known as the tallest building in the world. Its height is 828 meters (half a mile). The tower pierces the sky like a thin silver needle. Dubai never have clouds, so you can even see the top of the tower. This tower was mainly designed by Adrian Smith and engineer Bill Baker. It is a beautiful and elegant building that rises in a graceful series of silver tubes of different heights. The building looks like a single tower rather than a cluster of towers. It is a great-looking building, and we haven’t seen anything like it before. Here are some amazing facts about Burj Khalifa.

1. In its Y-shaped plan, three wings extend from a central core, like the roots of a tree. This confuses the win. The core stops the wings from twisting. It is built to bend with the wind.

2. The Burj Khalifa is the home to the highest observations deck, elevator, swimming pool, fountain and restaurant in the world. Once at the top, the temperature is 15 degrees cooler than at the base.

3. The tower has an acrophobia inducing elevator. It travels at a speed of 40 miles per hour. It only takes two minutes to reach the observation deck at the top.

4. The Burj Khalif is in the middle of the desert as has to withstand a 120-degree summer heat. The tower is covered with 24,348 cladding panels to beat the summer heat.

Even the critics admit that Burj Khalifa is a stunning piece of architecture. About 90% of the 900 residences have already been sold. So, if you want to own a piece of this outstanding structure, you better hurry!