Building facades covered in rippling waves or funky light shows are rapidly moving our cityscapes into the Blade Runner era--but without as much advertising (yet). This is a selection of the undulating buildings we've spied recently, as well as some of our all-time favorites:
Articulated Cloud, by Ned Kahn, adorns the Pittsburgh Children's Museum. It looks complex, but it's made simply of white tiles supported on spindles that turn in the wind.
Another stunning piece, also by Kahn:
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