One Contemporary Artist You Should Know — Norman Foster

The Hearst Tower, New York (2006) by Norman Foster. The geometric glass tower was the city’s first eco-friendly skyscraper. Photo:
Selma (1965) by Barbara Pennington. This powerful canvas depicts the heart-wrenching events that unfolded during a series of civil rights marches in Selma, Alabama, in the spring of 1965. Photo:
Norman Foster showcases how Architecture is driven by innovation and necessity.
Norman Foster, the President of Norman Foster Foundation. Photo:,28804,1647860_1647834_1644309,00.html
Foster + Partners’ website. They regularly post their upcoming, finished, and on-process projects on their website.
Foster + Partners has an Instagram account that regularly posts unique and interesting interior designs and architectures.
Apple Park (2017) in Cupertino, California by Norman Foster. Photo:
Norman Foster’s UNECE Regional Action Plan 2030 to create sustainable urban housing.
30 St Mary Axe also known as The Gherkin (2003) designed by Norman Foster. Photo:,_'Gherkin'.JPG

“As an architect you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown”- Norman Foster.

Metropolitan Building in Warsaw, Poland (2003). Norman Foster incorporates interactive public spaces into his designs. Photo:,%20Metropolitan,%20Warsaw,%20Poland.html



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