Turning Towers Neo-Futurist Residence is a skyscraper in Sweden and is the tallest building in Scandinavia. Located in Malmo on the Swedish side of Öresund Strait, it was built and owned by the Swedish Cooperative Association HSB. It is considered as the first twisted skyscraper in the world. This project was designed by the Spanish architect, structural engineer, sculptor and illustrator Santiago Calatrava and was officially opened on 27 August 2005. The towers reach at a height of 190 floors and with 54 floors and 147 apartments. In August 2015, it was announced that the Building Council on Tull Buildings and City Habitat's 10 Year Winners were the winners. She won the 2005 Gold Emporis Skyscraper Award.
Lloyd's building is home to Lloyds's London Insurance Institute. It is located on London's main financial district, East London House on the Lime Street in downtown London. This building is a leading example of radical Bowellism architecture in which building services, such as tubes and lifts, are located at the optimum space in the interior on the outer. Twenty-five years after completion of 1986, the building was listed in grade I in 2011; it was the smallest structure to get this position. Historical England is said to be "known universally as one of the main buildings of the modern epoch".
MVRDV is the Netherlands-based architecture and urban design practice Rotterdam. The name for the founding members is short: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries. Maas and Van Rijs worked at OMA, De Vries at Mecanoo before starting MVRDV. The company's first commission, public broadcasting corporation VPRO in the Netherlands's Hilversum. There were new offices for. Other built works include Dutch Pavilion at Wozoco Housing in Amsterdam and the Hanover World Exhibition Expo 2000. After this, a business park 'Flight Forum' in Eindhoven, Gemini Residence Cilo Conversion in Copenhagen, Silodam Housing Complex in Amsterdam, Matsudai Cultural Center in Japan, Unterföhring Office Campus near Munich, Lloyd Hotel in Amsterdam, an Urban Plan and Housing in Hague Ypenburg, Roof - House in Rotterdam Expansion in the City of London, Edenhaven Cultural Center De Effenaar, Boutique Gyre building in Tokyo, gyro, Veldhoven’s Maxima Medical Center and Madrid's iconic Mirador housing estate.