The iconic structures of famous architects are known and explored by many. Famous architects have built many timeless landmarks that might be on the bucket lists of many architects, students and architecture enthusiasts. These buildings have gathered admiration of many for their extraordinary designs. But there are many other structures that famous architects have built which haven’t reached the limelight. Here are 10 such projects which are less recognized.
1. Shri Zaher Ahmed villa in Hyderabad by Ar. Hassan Fathy –
Intended for a site in Panjagutta close to Hyderabad, this little manor is a conspicuous exemption to the compositional language that Fathy had created by this point, however, joins air-cooling procedures like those utilized in the place of the Ambassador for Nigeria three years sooner.
2. Hill county SEZ office complex in Hyderabad by SOM architects –
A key venture in the business extension of the township, the Hill County SEZ Complex gives office space and other shared conveniences such as cafeterias, wellness, and childcare centers. The building is designed as per the climate and vernacular design conventions, bringing about a consistent combination of landscape, architecture, and culture.
3. Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin by Ar. Frank Llyod Wright –
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, United States, was planned in 1956 and finished in 1961. It is recorded on the National Register of Historic Places. The church is one of Wright’s last works; construction was finished after his demise. Wright successfully translated the traditional Byzantine architectural forms in the modern context.
4. Midway Barn, Wisconsin by Ar. Frank Llyod Wright –
The red-hued Midway Barn was built to house livestock on the grounds of Wright’s home and studio Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin. The barn is a T-molded structure with an aggregate of three levels. The longest segment of the structure has two levels, finishing on the south in a round stone structure that was initially a milk house. Opposite to this was a chicken coop. Toward the south of the chicken coop are two previous storehouses made out of the solid square. The chicken coop reaches out over a drive, which closes at aloft on the north finish of the long part.
5. Romeo and Juliet water tower, Wisconsin by Ar. Frank Llyod Wright –
The structure is on the Taliesin domain and was proclaimed a National Historic Landmark in 1976. The windmill was structured in 1896 after being appointed by Wright’s aunties, Jane and Ellen Lloyd Jones, who required the windpump to give water to their school, the Hillside Home School. The precious stone molded bit of the windmill converges the segment with the overhang that sits on an octagonal structure. The overhang is open through an inside flight of stairs. Wright named these two pieces of the structure “Romeo” and “Juliet”. “Romeo” is the capsule and Juliet, the octagon.
6. Thomas P Hardy House in Wisconsin, Racine by Ar. Frank Llyod Wright –
Roosted on a lofty projection above Lake Michigan, the Hardy house shows a complex and nicely thought relationship with its environmental factors. Wright sustained the structure’s western, roadside elevation, its most open facade, by encompassing it with a significant plaster wall. Two passages intersperse the wall and lead to a limited focal passageway that fills in as optional support between the road and the essential living spaces at the back of the house. The constrained fenestration at the front of the house adds to the general impression of protection—just a flimsy band of square-molded windows runs underneath the second story soffits, and little rectangular windows are hampered into the divider on the main story.
7. Marin County Civic Center in San Rafael, California by Ar. Frank Llyod Wright –
The Marin County Civic Center was structured by Frank Lloyd Wright and is situated in San Rafael, California, United States. Pivotal for the Civic Center Administration Building occurred in 1960, after Wright’s demise and under the watch of Wright’s protege, Aaron Green; it was finished in 1962. The Hall of Justice was started in 1966 and finished in 1969. Found away from the previous region seat in downtown San Rafael, the broad complex stretches across two valleys only east of US 101. Its pink plaster dividers, blue rooftop, and scalloped galleries are distinctive. The littler wing is the district organization building and the bigger the Hall of Justice, joined by a round structure on a little slope that houses a library.
8. Future towers in Pune by MVRDV –
MVRDV’s structure for the Future Towers planned to offer an option in contrast to the pattern, while as yet conveying condos at the typical low cost since rivalry for new occupants between various lodging advancements is savage. Rather than a bunch of detached structures, MVRDV’s reaction to the concise was a particular precipitous structure with pinnacles and valleys, under which 1,068 condos are bound together in one structure. In any case, regardless of its expressive appearance, the plan of Future Towers in actuality comes from a progression of deliberate choices dependent on MVRDV’s examination into Indian lodging.
9. Avenue 77 in Surat by Hafeez Contractor –
set in a quick creating suburb of vesu in surat the Vastu consistent road 77 stalls the boundaries of strict and otherworldly obliviousness, and brings the new age of the inhabitants closer the intensity of astronomical science to help everybody regardless of strict conviction and confidence. Vastu consistency renders genuine satisfaction, thriving, security, and assurance of life.
10. Hill college house, university of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia by Eero Saarinen –
Saarinen’s just work in the territory of Pennsylvania, Hill College House is excellent among his various plans for students lodging on American college grounds. It was initially developed as a ladies’ residence, and a few parts of it address Saarinen’s phenomenal affectability to the program for the commission. The structure utilizes a skin of unpleasant red block that solidly hides it inside the structure conventions of both Penn’s grounds and Philadelphia all the more for the most part. It is encompassed by a steel fence, delegated by another fence at the roofline, and is entered by a scaffold over a gorge, all highlights that point to the beautiful medieval design typically connected with school grounds yet additionally with stronghold like fortresses, along these lines including an additional layer of security – hypothetically a significant component for ladies’ lodging. Such a meaning is accentuated by the cut like windows that switch back and forth among vertical and flat directions to separate a conceivably tedious exterior.