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Contemporary architecture is, in broad terms, the architecture of the present day.
The term contemporary architecture is applied to a range of styles of recently built structures and space which are optimized for current use.
Topics in contemporary architecture
- Critical Regionalism
- Computer aided design
- Conceptual architecture
- Digital architecture
- Digital morphogenesis
- Futurist architecture
- High-tech architecture
- Industrial chic
- Modern architecture
- Neomodern architecture
- New Classical Architecture
- New Urbanism
- Novelty architecture
- Postmodern architecture
- Sustainable architecture
- European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture, biennial prize by the European Union
- Mathematics and architecture
- Serpentine Gallery Pavilions, temporary pavilion by a leading contemporary architect
- World Architecture Festival, annual awards for recently completed buildings
- World Architecture Survey, most important works since 1980 according to a survey of 52 architects and critics
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