Re-Imagining The Empire State Building In 9 Different Architectural Styles – Design You Trust

Re-Imagining The Empire State Building In 9 Different Architectural Styles

The Empire State Building is one of the world’s most iconic buildings. Standing at 1,250 feet, it was the world’s tallest structure until 1972. It gained fame by being the first construction to have more than 100 floors and went on to define the modern concept of the skyscraper. A classic of Art Deco design, it’s so iconic that it is hard to imagine it looking any other way. But what would it look like as a Renaissance or Gothic construction? Discover this iconic landmark in 9 different architectural styles. Here: Ancient Roman

More: HomeAdvisor



Art Nouveau

Traditional Japanese architecture

Postmodern architecture



Sustainable architecture

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Bridging the Gap between Architecture and Artistic Realism with Quatre Caps
Swim 115 Feet Above London in the World’s Only See-Through Sky Pool
The Festina Lente Bridge
This Curvaceous Wooden House Sits Among The Trees
The Cube Project
"Pure White": When Asbestos Was Used As Fake Snow
17th Century Italian Wine Windows, Which Were Used During the Plague, Are Open Again Due to The Coronavirus Pandemic
LEGO Colosseum by Ryan McNaught
You Can Sleep In These Owl Cabins In France For Free, And Their Interior Is As Good As Exterior
Las Pozas: The Surrealistic Wonderland Hidden in the Middle Of The Jungle
These Buildings Drawn On Pieces Of Cardboard To Create A 3D Effect By A 5th-Year Student Of Architecture
Architect Martín Marro Builds Cozy Home Inside The Real Oil Tank, And You Can Live In
Watch Inside Obama's New Home
Cyril Porchet Photographs Ornate Baroque Churches Around The World
Vintage Photographs of Early Colossal Vertical Parking Garages, 1920-1960
Re:Create UA Shared the First Works of Talented Contestants from All Over the World on Reconstruction of Buildings Destroyed by War
Homes of the Future: Exploring the Future of Modern Homes
Surreal Sliding House Created By Artist Alex Chinneck
Six Shortlisted: Buildings up for the RIBA Stirling Prize
A Cocoon in a Library
Cathedral Made From Trees By Giuliano Mauri
Unusually Beautiful Architectural Collages by Matthias Jung
Ultimate Infill: A Skinny Building Amidst The Ginza Alley In Japan
A Businessman Built a Real 'Hogwarts' School in The Russian City of Yekaterinburg