“Blob” buildings are taking over the world.
That’s according to Emporis, a database of construction projects, which has made a list of some of the most spectacular examples of blob architecture or so-called “Blobitecture.”
The free-flowing form has popped up all over the planet in the past decade, thanks to the advent of sophisticated computer software.
Blobitecture can now be seen from London’s new City Hall building to Frank Gehry’s 8 Spruce Street in New York City.
Whether you like it or not, expect to see a whole lot more blobitecture in the world’s biggest cities. Source: Emporis.