Contemporary architecture

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Example of contemporary architecture in the 21st century: MyZeil shopping center in Frankfurt, opened in 2009

As Contemporary architecture refers to structures and designs in the architecture used by contemporaries to be made. If a previous time frame is not explicitly mentioned, the current architecture is meant. As well as in contemporary art in general, the term in the sense of contemporary architecture used primarily in the professional world to the commonly spread, but very imprecise label Modern architecture and avoid the modernist architecture delineate.

The term is not associated with any statements regarding architectural style , building construction , structural form or with regard to belonging to an architectural movement, movement or group. Current trends and tendencies are neither spatially nor temporally clearly delimitable. The article History of Architecture lists some current trends.

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