Pavillion Arcelor, Luxembourg - Santa Caterina Market Renovation, Barcelona - Enric Miralles + Benedetta Tagliavue
La Defense Offices, Almere - UN Studio
Pharmacological Research Laboratories, Biberach - Innovation and Development Center for Sedus, Dorgern - Photonic Centre, Berlin - Sauerbruch Hutton Architects
MUSAC Contemporary Art Museum, Castilla y Leon - Mansilla + Tunon
Palais de Congres, Montreal - A collaboration of Tétreault, Parent, Languedoc et Associés with Saïa et Barbarese Architectes, Ædifica, and Hal Ingberg Architect
WOZOCO, Amsterdam - MVRDV
A friend and I were recently talking about the use of color in architecture. For many years, it has seemed like the color orange has been the default for architects designing on the cutting edge. Recently, lime green has been making a move as designers' go-to color, but its already starting to seem passe. I'd like to suggest (although, I'm probably not the first) that multi-colored or rainbow-colored is the new 'it' color scheme for architects... and based on these projects, I think you will probably agree.