Architecture is an art form that has been around for centuries, and successful architectural firms are a testament to how far we have come in terms of design and innovation. With the help of modern technology, architects have been able to create some of the most impressive works of art. From iconic skyscrapers to awe-inspiring bridges, these architectural marvels are now being appreciated worldwide. This article will focus on some of the best architectural firms in the world and their most impressive works. We will look at their portfolio and see what makes them stand out from other architecture offices globally. We will also discuss how they are pushing boundaries with their innovative designs and how they are making a difference in our built environment. Let’s look at their notable works, their approach to design, and why they are considered among the best architecture offices globally.
JetBrains Office Campus - UNStudio
Architects have been creating some of the most impressive works of art for centuries. From the La Sagrada Familia to the Burj Khalifa, architectural masterpieces of the world have stood the test of time and are still admired today.
We tried to choose the "best" among the world-famous architectural offices for you. It was quite difficult to prepare this list among the really valuable offices and jobs. Below you will see the offices that have made the most successful works among the architectural offices in the world. Finally, we will look at what makes their work stand out from other firms in terms of creativity and quality.
Credit: Spotlight: SANAA | ArchDaily
OMA is a major multinational architectural, urbanism, and cultural analysis collaboration. OMA's buildings and masterplans across the world insist on logical forms while generating new content and everyday usage possibilities.
Credit: Nhow Amsterdam RAI Hotel | OMA Architects - Arch2O.com
Rem Koolhaas, Reinier de Graaf, Ellen van Loon, Shohei Shigematsu, Iyad Alsaka, Chris van Duijn, Jason Long, and Managing Partner-Architect David Gianotten lead OMA, which has offices in Rotterdam, New York, Hong Kong, Doha, and Australia.
Credit: OMA is looking for an Architect and Interior Designer - Architect-US
Credit: Rijnstraat 8, The Hague - OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture | Arquitectura Viva
MVRDV is a global architectural and urban design practice with over 300 workers devoted to creative architecture and urban design. MVRDV was founded in Rotterdam in 1993 and has branches in Shanghai, Berlin, and Paris.
Credit: MVRDV - Projects
MVRDV works across the world to provide answers to modern architectural and urban concerns. A research-based and highly collaborative design style involves specialists from a variety of professions, as well as clients and stakeholders, in the creative process.
Credit: MVRDV - Architecture
Credit: MVRDV Designs a Giant O-Shaped Building (treehugger.com)
SANAA (sejima and nishizawa and associates) is a Tokyo-based architecture practice. Architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa started the company in 1995 and were awarded the Pritzker Prize in 2010.
Credit: SANAA - Architizer Journal
Credit: SANAA's social housing complex composed of organic forms in Paris photographed by Vincent Hecht (worldarchitecture.org)
UNStudio is a Dutch architectural firm that focuses on architecture, urban development, and "infrastructure" projects. Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos launched the practice in 1988.
The headquarters of UNstudio are in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.
Credit: UNStudio designs an energygenerating building for TU Delft | Floornature
Many of UNStudio's projects are focused on commercial architecture, residential architecture, and cultural architecture.
UNstudio proposes plug-in dwellings in munich with its van B residences (designboom.com)
Back to Articles