People are attracted to curves of architecture, because it give a smooth feeling, and sometimes the feeling of moving.
When Philip Johnson, a great architect, first visited the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, designed by Frank Gehry, he started to cry. …Something about the museum’s majestic curves moved him at an emotional level.
The $4 billion Oculus station (the World Trade Center Transportation Hub), designed by Santiago Calatrava, has some unique curves:
Emily Warren Roebling is recognized as a pioneering female engineer who made a great contribution to the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Today, 125,000 motor vehicles cross the Brooklyn Bridge each day, as do roughly 4,000 pedestrians and 2,600 cyclists.
Amsterdam Train Station:
If you stop at this spot in one of the canals in Amsterdam, you can capture all seven arches of the seven bridges:
Curves in nature give the feeling of moving. Antelope Canyon in Arizona is the most photographed slot canyon in America.