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The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Famous for playing with perception, artist and designer Olafur Eliasson created the Rainbow Panorama.

Your Rainbow Panorama by Olafur Eliasson, who’s half Danish. On top of ARoS Aarhus Museum of Modern Art in Aarhus, Denmark. #allgoodthings #danish #museum spotted by missdesignsays.

"Your Rainbow Panorama" by Olafur Eliasson (Icelandic -half-Danish). On top of ARoS Aarhus Museum of Modern Art in Aarhus, Denmark.

olafur eliasson • your rainbow panorama (in progress) • denmark (expected completion spring 2011)

Your Rainbow Panorama, circular walkway con top of the roof of the ARoS museum in Arhus, Denmark.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World Photos | Architectural Digest

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Koz Architectes’ Le Ruban Youth Center and Sports Complex in Saint-Cloud, France, screams “playtime.” Its Cubist concrete casing is clad in a tinted-glass color scheme that ranges from red to green.

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World Photos | Architectural Digest

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Made from found Plexiglas, artist Tom Fruin’s Watertoweris perched on a rooftop near New York’s Brooklyn Bridge Park, where it adds a burst of color to the urban landscape.

prairie grass surround

Prairie Grass Surround - I wonder how long this would take to just look like a bunch of weeds if I planted it?

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

Cathedral of Brasília, completed in architect Oscar Niemeyer constructed a striking hyperboloid structure from 16 concrete columns.

Tom Fruin's "Watertower" near New York's Brooklyn Bridge (=)

The Most Wildly Colorful Buildings in the World

© Randy Duchaine Made from found Plexiglas, artist Tom Fruin’s Watertower is perched on a rooftop near New York’s Brooklyn Bridge Park, where it adds a burst of color to the urban landscape.

Serpentine Gallery- each Summer the gallery invites an international architect, who has not built in London yet, to build a Summer pavillion. Last year was a multicolour cocoon, wonder what this year will be! Free

Serpentine Gallery- each Summer the gallery invites an international architect, who has not built in London yet, to build a Summer pavillion. Last year was a multicolour cocoon, wonder what this year will be!

Colorful passageways

Colors § Colours: From a very colorful kindergarten, the Educational Centre En El Chaparral in Granada, Spain designed by Alejandro Muñoz Miranda.

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