Despite the use of color in architecture throughout history, modern constructions seem to be a bit skeptical of this design aspect. Contemporary architecture tends to avoid color in general and there are only a few buildings who manage to use tones in the right way. Architects don’t want their buildings to look like a kindergarten experiment and this is why color is probably one of the most debated issues in architecture. However, some recent architects seem to have dealt with color pretty well and these are some examples, among many others.
What do you think about these colorful buildings?
1.MUSAC (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León)
Location: Leon (Spain)
Architect: Luis M. Mansilla + Emilio Tuñón
Brief Description: The facade of the contemporary museum is made of multicolored panels which has certain similitudes to the typical windows of Gothic cathedrals (of…
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