Tomorrow’s buildings today: the rise and fall of space-age architecture

Tomorrow’s buildings today: the rise and fall of space-age architecture
Apple's futuristic California headquarters, designed by Norman Foster

It's time to take futuristic architecture of the past seriously

It’s easy to laugh at space-age architecture, the outlandishly experimental buildings that, when built, were more likely to be located within the boundaries of a World’s Fair or an Expo than on your nearest high street.

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