Architecture on Trend – Neon

Last month we did several posts dedicated to National Architecture Week. Being architecture nerds, we thought we’d try to continue the trend of sharing buildings we love more than once a year. So, since we already know I like things on topic, I thought I’d start sharing groupings of architecture following a currently popular trend. First up: NEON! (You knew I couldn’t resist).

I think whats interesting about all of these projects is that the use of bright color is inherent to the success of the project as a whole. Instead of just being a temporary treatment, these buildings really sing because of the neon elements as a part of their design. None of these would be nearly as interesting if you removed that component. Neon as an integral architectural design tool – thats something I can embrace!

Rainbow Panorama at Aros Museum via Black Eiffel 

 

Kindergarten Dandelion Clock by Ecker Architekten via Architizer

Whitney Museum Addition by Lot-ek via Design Observer

Sugamo Shinken Bank by Emmanuelle Moreaux via Subtilitas

Bishan Public Library by LOOK Architects via Arch Daily

You can find more Architecture Inspiration on my pinterest board dedicated to buildings I think are awesome.

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