Which architectural design is the best in 2016?
In the last few years, we’ve seen a resurgence of the design world with a new wave of designs that have been gaining popularity and acceptance among architects.
The first wave of architectural design that really caught our eye was the new wave that followed the completion of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMIA), in 2017.
Since then, we have seen an impressive revival in architecture, with many architects, artists and designers coming back to the world of architecture.
Today, we are taking a look at the design of architectural designs that were most innovative in 2016, including new and old designs.
Below are the five designs that stood out from the rest of the year.
Each of the designs were based on a different topic or concept, so it is easy to see where the design came from.
Some designs were inspired by the architecture of other countries and were inspired from other countries or the natural environment.
All of the projects were designed with a strong focus on sustainability and the environment.
While we are all familiar with the designs that are coming out of architecture schools and the institutions, it is really important to note that some of these projects were inspired and implemented by people that we might not know.
Below is a list of the most innovative architectural designs from 2016, which have gained significant interest and have garnered a lot of attention.
Below is a summary of the top five projects in each category:1.
Design for a New Generation of Urban Dwellings, Kinkaid Design 2.
Design with a New Purpose, Rydberg Design 3.
The City on the Edge of the Universe, Sperling & Son 4.
The End of the World, Kato Architects 5.
A New Concept, RSC Architecture