Architecture has been called a plastic art, but don't let the term fool you. Rather than images of soft, malleable polyurethane, today we bring you architecture on point—sharp buildings that span the gamut from impossible knife-edges to bristling spikes. These unusual forms capture the imagination and catch the eye. But beware, in this case, looks can kill.
These buildings will having you thinking twice before you mess with architecture.
Photo: Duccio Malagamba
Designed by David Hertz Architects, Studio of Environmental Architecture
Learn more about this project in the Architizer database here.
Photo: Koichi Torimura