Linked Hybrid in Beijing, China by Steven Holl (photo via flickr/nicolette mastrangelo)
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Linked Hybrid in Beijing, China by Steven Holl (photo via flickr/nicolette mastrangelo)
Linked Hybrid in Beijing, China by Steven Holl. (flickr/nicolette mastrangelo)

We talk about architecture from time to time here on Broken Sidewalk, but mostly as it regards what’s going on in Louisville directly. It’s also important to keep an eye on some of the fresh ideas going on around the world concerning architecture and how it might transform cities. We shouldn’t take examples from abroad as excuses to copy or replicate a project locally, but perhaps we can use them to serve as inspiration for our own city.

Here’s a rundown of some of the modern architecture that has caught my eye in the last week that you may also find interesting. (I can’t post the actual photos here, unfortunately, because of copyright issues.) What do you think, are these projects the future, a passing fad, or extremely ugly? Hopefully this will be a semi-regular feature.

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