One of the most cutting-edge methods for design, engineering, and construction is fluidity in architecture.
Comparing the free-form design approach to the stiff and cutting-edge façade of conventional constructions, it is difficult.
The well-known Cultural Center in Baku has solidified its position as the pinnacle of fluidity, shape, and engineering in architectural design.
This Neo-futuristic design has more to the structure internally than what meets to the eye at first glance, externally.
As it approaches the other border of the basin, the bridge constructed to span the Dragon King Harbour River smoothly emerges from the bank.
It is designed on the principles of traditional Chinese knotting art which merges multiple bridges into one single strand.
Although the building's outside design depicts a fluid flow of lines throughout its 82 storeys, the first impression of the building does not immediately convey the typical Fluid mood.
This idea extends beyond the level of the structure and has branches in the fields of furniture design, sculpture, and interior design.