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It’s All About the Angles

The use of angles requires, at the very least, a basic understanding of math concepts. Angles are often used in modern architecture to create a distinct look that makes the following structures truly incredible.

The Appaloosa Branch Library Scottsdale, Arizona by DWL Architects

Appaloosa Branch Library in Scottsdale, Arizona by DWL Architects, 1

Appaloosa Branch Library in Scottsdale, Arizona by DWL Architects, 2

National September 11 Memorial and Museum New York, New York by Snøhetta

National September 11th Memorial Museum in New York by Snohetta, 1

National September 11th Memorial Museum in New York by Snohetta, 2

National September 11th Memorial Museum in New York by Snohetta, 3

A House In Virginia White Stone, Virginia by James Gauer Architecture + Design<img

A House In Virginia in White Stone, VA by James Gauer Architecture + Design, 1

A House In Virginia in White Stone, VA by James Gauer Architecture + Design, 2

A House In Virginia in White Stone, VA by James Gauer Architecture + Design, 3

Waipolu Gallery and Studio Oahu, Hawaii by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Waipolu Gallery & Studio in Oahu, Hawaii by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, 1

Waipolu Gallery & Studio in Oahu, Hawaii by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, 2

Waipolu Gallery & Studio in Oahu, Hawaii by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, 3

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2 comments on “It’s All About the Angles

  1. Diana
    September 14, 2011

    Very nice examples! We have some local ones too:

    http://www.chi-athenaeum.org/archawards/2007/2007photos/AA07-74.jpg (this one doesn’t really show the angles too well, but there are some great ones inside too.)

    Anyway. Just thought I’d share. And check out my blog if you get a min. http://nostalgiainthemaking.com

    • theludlowgroup
      September 14, 2011

      Thank you! And wow thanks so much for the contribution, that first one of the Jackson Convention Complex is great!

      I look forward to reading your blog and making that Banana nut curry, sounds interesting!

      We’ll find you on Twitter, thanks again!

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