The World’s Most Iconic Architecture

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With architecture forming the basis of this week’s issue, we couldn’t let it be complete without including a selection of our favourite pieces of work throughout the world.


One World Trade Centre – New York

Standing at 1776ft, the building’s height is also the year of United States’ independence.


Lloyds Building – London

Also referred to as the Inside-Out building, the structure obtained Grade 1 listing in 2011, making it the youngest building ever to achieve this.


St Basil’s Cathedral – Moscow

One of Russia’s most visited destinations, this bold landmark is renowned for its bright colours and domed towers.


Petronas Towers – Kuala Lumpar

What was once the tallest building in the world, these postmodern twin skyscrapers were created by Cesar Pelli and Achmad Murdijat.


Pompidou Centre – Paris

A creation by Renzo Piano, the Pompidou Centre famously inspired Tinker Hatfield during the design process of the Air Max 1 and the visible air unit.


The Shard  – London

Located in central London, The Shard is Western Europe’s tallest building at 87 storeys.

An aerial view of Burj Dubai is seen in Dubai

Burj Khalifa – Dubai

Standing at 829 metres high, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world.


Neuschwanstein Castle – Bavaria

Claimed to be the castle which inspired Disney’s, the Neuschwanstein Castle was made back in 1892.

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