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11 Biggest Designers in History


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Our way of life is formed by what we see and design is a tremendous piece of that. The compositional styles connote an adjustment in the public eye as well as can direct better approaches for speculation. Present day planners have figured out how to carry magnificence to the urban communities which encompass us and shape our review. 

Antoni Gaudí 
La Sagrada Familia is the greatest production of this engineer and today is as yet under development. His style is very self important with the components of Rococo, Gothic, Moorish and Victorian styles. Visit Barcelona to see his perfect work of art live.

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Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Wright has really changed 20th-century architecture with fitting geometrical buildings within naturals surroundings. He designed buildings which would complement the landscape, fit in and at the same time showcase their individuality. One of the famous examples is the Guggenheim in New York.

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Leoh Ming Pei
This Chinese born architect managed to incorporate his heritage and geometric forms into one style. Even though it might feel boring, his attention to detail is incredible. He fits the buildings into the surrounding perfectly. One of his famous works is the Louvre pyramid.
Zaha Hadid
The only woman on our list and one of the biggest names in modern architecture. Her futuristic and at the same time very artistic style is well praised around the world as she manages to design both public and private buildings.
Santiago Calatrava
Calatrava doesn’t do anything on minimal settings as all of his building are a bit over the top and attract attention. Combination of futuristic sci-fi and at the same time prominent decorations are signature features of Santiago Calatrava.
Philip Johnson
Philip Johnson isn’t an innovator but he has managed to adapt popular approaches and shape them into something new and unusual. His own house became a good illustration of Mies ideas in Johnson’s postmodern execution.
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Tom Wright
The Burj Al Arab is the most recognizable building in Dubai and the only famous creation of this architect. While it might not seem like a great accomplishment, this building is very luxurious with private helicopter pads, high rise tennis courts and breathtaking views.
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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Minimalism might be a smart way to go which was proven by this German architect. Using the original form of the material and accepting from as a function were the main principles he worked with. Rationalism and efficiency were his ways of showing the beauty of the buildings.
Norman Foster
This British architect follows the footsteps of Frank Wright and Mies and takes geometrical design to a new level. The Gherkin skyscraper in London is one of his creations combining triangles and spheres. The building has become one of the symbols of the city and set the trend for future buildings in the area.
Frank Gehry
Another architect whose famous works include the Guggenheim Museum. Gehry’s use of shape and material brings innovation to modern design. Contemporary architecture created by him attracts tourists and enthusiasts from around the world. His use of metal is particularly impressive.
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