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The Jetsons Were Right: 10 Futuristic Buildings From Around The WorldArchitecture | Iconic Architecture

author Anjali Singhal Contributor

We all have fond memories of watching Jetsons on weekends and actually believing what we saw on our screens. What if we tell you that they were not wrong? Yes, here are some futuristic buildings that surely had their fare share of inspiration from the Jetsons. Have a look!

The Crystal, London

With its sharp edges, clean lines and clear glass we would love to assume it for a command centre for spaceships.

Ordos Museum, China

Looks like a giant extra terrestrial spacecraft that somehow lost its curves while landing.

W57 Pyramid, New York City

One thing we know for sure, that the future is packed with a lot of steel and glass with geometric lines and patterns.

National Museum of Qatar, Qatar

Inspired by the desert rose, this museum will be the new it thing once it opens.

Spaceport America, New Mexico

The scale, name and design of this structure can easily confuse people as to what its real purpose is.

Hermitage Plaza, Paris

Defying gravity is what future was predicted to be right? Well, this just proves it!

Absolute World Towers, Canada

Another fine example of defying gravity but wait, this one comes with a curvaceous body.

Gardens By The Bay, Singapore

This is one thing that could make us forget hanging gardens, like yesterday.

Zayed National Museum, UAE

Designed by Foster+Partners, this museum takes futuristic to a whole new level which we can't stop admiring.

Palazzo Lombardio, Milan

This ground breaking public building in Milan is a standing example of the magnificence of Italy.

Images via London's Royal docks, Shu He & Iwan Boon, Architect Magazine, Qatar Museum, Foster And Partners, Youtube, Sky Heart Photography, Elin Chow, International Traveller, AE Design Files for Wordpress

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