Futurist architecture was born in early-20th century in Italy , characterized by long dynamic lines, suggesting speed, motion, urgency and lyricism. The movement attracted not only poets, musicians, and artists but also a number of architects, fascinated by the cult of the Machine Age. In the 1960s, neo-futurism came back as an architecture that would have the appearance of the space age as described in works of science fiction or as drawn in science fiction comic strips or comic books.
With the advanced technology of today’s age, we are demystifying the old futuristic concepts as we are entering the new age. In this work, futurism meets post-apocalypse as we let the machine to give form to surprising shapes and dynamic eery lines that are contrary to classic architectural designs. The abstract constructs are no longer idealised but also offer insights into the possible dark outcomes of our future.