Barbie House designed by 10 Architecture Stars

Like the "BOOM" from the movie BARBIE, recently released the most famous doll in the world, it has been a trend lately and architecture would not be different.

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With the help of "AI" artificial intelligence, the "famous" and so dreamed of Barbie's house based on the traits and works of 10 Great Architects. Check out:

Santiago Calatrava

Santiago Calatrava

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Inspired by Calatrava, it is possible to see references such as the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain. 

Luis Barragan 

Luis Barragan 

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References to nature, water and low, horizontal volumes. Like many of its buildings, the house combines modernity, tradition and touches of color.

Frank Gehry

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Inspired by the Hotel Marqués de Riscal in La Rioja. Frank Gehry would use curved shapes in a different way.

Zara Hadid 

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Zaha Hadid's Barbie house would be a sinuous, white and luminous construction. 

Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the main figures of architecture in the 20th century would create a house integrated into its natural environment. 

Le Corbusier

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Le Corbusier, one of the pioneers of the modernist movement, would build his design around the bold use of color and right angles.  

 Mies van der Rohe

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Less is more." Mies van der Rohe's mantra is reflected in the creation of the mansion sober and uncluttered, far removed from the style options associated with the popular doll.

Oscar Niemeyer

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The Brazilian architect would do something based on the power of curves, combining concrete and glass softened by the mastery of organic forms.    

Tadao Ando

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Tadao Ando is synonymous with a contemporary vision of simplicity, in his buildings it is possible to enjoy a visual minimalism.  

Lina Bo Bardi

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An Italian-Brazilian architect, she is known for her search for humanism. The mix of colors reminds us of the Museum of Art in São Paulo.