High-tech Architecture - Examples


  • Žižkov TV Tower, Prague, Czech Republic (1992)
  • Lord's Media Centre, London, United Kingdom (Future Systems, 1999)
  • Irvine Company headquarters, Newport Beach, California, United States (William Pereira, 1968)
  • John Hancock Center, Chicago, Illinois, United States (Fazlur Khan, 1969)
  • World Trade Center, New York City, United States (Minoru Yamasaki, 1971) (destroyed 2001)
  • One US Bank Plaza, St. Louis, Missouri, United States (Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates), 1976
  • Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France (Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, 1977)
  • BNZ Centre, Wellington, New Zealand (Stephenson & Turner, 1983)
  • HSBC Hong Kong headquarters building, Hong Kong (Norman Foster, 1985)
  • Schlumberger Cambridge Research Centre, Cambridge, United Kingdom (Hopkins Architects, 1985)
  • Lloyd's Building, London, United Kingdom (Richard Rogers, 1986)
  • Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong (I.M. Pei, 1989)
  • Hotel Arts, Barcelona, Spain (Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, 1992)
  • Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom (Hopkins Architects, 1999)
  • 30 St. Mary Axe, London, United Kingdom (Norman Foster, 2003)
  • Torre Agbar, Barcelona, Spain (Jean Nouvel, 2005)
  • Hearst Tower, New York City, United States (Norman Foster, 2004)
  • Marquette Plaza, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (Gunnar Birkerts, 1973)
  • Beetham Tower, Manchester, United Kingdom (Ian Simpson, 2007)
  • Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Norman Foster, 2006)
  • Senedd (English: Senate or Parliament), Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom (2006)
  • Diagonal Zero Zero, Barcelona, Spain (Enric Massip-Bosch, 2011)

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