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Over the past 25 years, Photoshop has helped make photorealistic images of near-impossible projects an everyday fact of architecture. Image Courtesy of Urban Future Organization and CR-Design
© Vincent Laforet
Boa Nova Teahouse / Álvaro Siza Vieira. Image © Joao Morgado
© Grant Smith
© Vincent Laforet
Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center / Hufton and Crow. Image © Hufton and Crow
© Niels Lehmann & Christoph Rauhut
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Frank Gehry. Image © Iwan Baan
© Eric Holubow
© Danica O. Kus
Robert Llewellyn Wright House. Image © 2014 Pedro E. Guerrero Archives
Heydar Aliyev Centre / Zaha Hadid Architects. Image © Hufton + Crow
1. Iwan Baan Torre David #2, 2011 Image courtesy of the artist and Perry Rubenstein Gallery, Los Angeles. Image Courtesy of Barbican Art Gallery
© Yannick Wegner
The Matrimandir in Auroville, India designed by Roger Anger and Mirra Alfassa was constructed between 1971-2008. The inner chamber contains a meditation hall which houses the largest optically perfect glass sphere in the world. Auroville is an international peace community founded as a project of the Sri Aurobindo Society in 1968 with the endorsement of the Government of India and UNESCO.. Image © James Ewing
© Sam Laughlin
St Columba's Wells, Londonderry (Derry), 1965 / © Edwin Smith. Image Courtesy of RIBA Library Photographs Collection
Historic mill city ruins in downtown Minneapolis. Image Courtesy of Flickr CC License / Joey Lax-Salinas