Lately, we've got curves on our mind. The Monroe-esque contours of the Absolute towers in Mississauga have motivated us to study various types of sweeping, twisted and sinuous architecture around the world.
Much to our delight, there are numerous voluptuous buildings to be witnessed. After some serious Google searches and hours spent in the proverbial library, we've come up with a well-rounded, full-figured list of voluminous buildings. (No pun intended).
Here are our favourites:
The Aqua Building on Chicago's waterfront wins for most impressive undulating.
The Turning Torso in the influential, miniature town of Malmo, Sweden, stands as a whirling statue for all of Scandinavia.
The Jameson House slinks into Vancouver, B.C., making its mark as one of the city's most intricate buildings.
30 St. Mary Axe is a salacious bullet in a fragment of London's skyline.
We can dig it.
Don't know about you, but we're adding these to our architecture sightseeing bucket list. Are we missing your favourite building? Tweet us your favourite piece of curvy architecture!