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Millennium Amorphic

The style of architecture directly influenced by the new freedoms of computer modelling and, in its way, celebrating the computer age. Very popular in Europe in the late nineties and early millennium and characterised by a range of stylistic influences from amorphic blobby shapes to neo-moderne streamlined minimilism and endlessly folding slabs. A favourite of students and hipsters, it has strong parallels in graphic print media.
In some ways the style most representational of the boom era and the least built (as it often looks better in computer renderings than the real thing).
333 George Street 161 SUSSEX STREET 200 GEORGE STREET
UTS Dr Chau Chak Wing Building The Entrance – resort: mixed-use development, nr Sydney  2007
Tony Owen NDM Architects
Loop House 2007
Tony Owen NDM Architects
private house
Eliza Apartments Barangaroo Residential R4/R5 BARANGAROO COMMERCIAL International Towers
SPACE 1 Bligh (30st/140m/off) Westfield Sydney City (32st/150m/off) JWA Star city hotel  Pyrmont
North Apartments The Ribbon (proposed)