EXCLUSIVE: AI imagines how America's most iconic landmarks would've looked if they were designed by different, iconic architects

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  • DailyMail.com utilized nan AI creation app Midjourney to create reimagined landmarks
  • Ranged from modernist brilliant Anthony Gaudi to ‘Queen of Curves’ Zaha Hadid
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By Rob Waugh Tech Correspondent For Dailymail.Com

Published: 23:16 EDT, 4 November 2023 | Updated: 23:16 EDT, 4 November 2023

What would America’s apical landmarks look like, reimagined by immoderate of nan astir celebrated and arguable architects that person ever lived?

An Instagram account, Imagined Architecture, created a operation pinch a ‘reimagined’ White House designed by world-famous architects.

DailyMail.com utilized the AI creation app Midjourney to create reimagined versions of immoderate different celebrated American landmarks - pinch immoderate striking and surreal results.

With architects ranging from modernist brilliant Anthony Gaudi and British-Iranian ‘Queen of Curves’ Zaha Hadid, Midjourney has reimagined everything from nan Chrysler Building to nan Statue of Liberty successful typically surreal style.

San Francisco-based Midjourney is simply a rival to OpenAI’s Dall-E, which is now integrated into its iconic ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot.

Like ChatGPT, it tin beryllium controlled by elemental matter prompts, and tin make everything from realistic photographs to paintings: it’s controlled done nan Discord chat app, and disposable to subscribers from $10 a month.

 Mount Rushmore redesigned by Rem Koolhaas

Mount Rushmore redesigned by Rem Koolhaas (Midjourney/Rob Waugh)

Dutch designer Rem Koolhaas is simply a professor astatine Harvard University, and was listed arsenic 1 of Time's 100 astir influential group successful 2008.

 The Statue of Liberty redesigned by Frank Gehry

The Statue of Liberty redesigned by Frank Gehry (Rob Waugh/Midjourney)

Canadian-born designer Frank Gehry has been described by Vanity Fair arsenic 'the astir important designer of our age'.

The White House redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright 

The White House redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright (Rob Waugh/Midjourney)

Iconic American architect  Frank Lloyd Wright created much than 1,000 buildings - and his 'Prairie style' is nan ground of galore residences successful nan U.S.A.

Gateway Arch, St Louis arsenic designed by Tadao Ando 

Gateway Arch, St Louis arsenic designed by Tadao Ando (Rob Waugh/Midjourney)

Self-taught Japanese designer Tadao Ando is celebrated for designs emphasizing nothingness and quiet space.

The Golden Gate Bridge designed by Zaza Hadid 

The Golden Gate Bridge designed by Zaza Hadid (Rob Waugh/Midjourney)

Baghdad-born Hadid and said that trips to ancient Sumerian cities successful confederate Iraq sparked her liking successful architecture. 

The Chrysler Building redesigned by Tadao Ando 

The Chrysler Building redesigned by Tadao Ando (Rob Waugh/Midjourney)

Ando won nan prestigious Pritzker Price successful 1995, contempt ne'er having general training successful architecture - he worked arsenic a boxer and combatant earlier becoming an architect. 

The Golden Gate Bridge redesigned by Santiago Calatrava

The Golden Gate Bridge redesigned by Santiago Calatrava (Midjourney Rob Waugh)

Spanish designer Santiago Calatrava is good known for designing buildings which look for illustration surviving organisms - though fewer are rather arsenic different arsenic this span which appears to spell straight into nan sea.

The Capitol redesigned successful nan Style of Louis Sullivan

The Capitol redesigned successful nan Style of Louis Sullivan (Midjourney Rob Waugh

Known arsenic nan 'father of skyscrapers', Louis Sullivan was a large power connected chap American designer Frank Lloyd Wright. 

The White House arsenic designed by Zaha Hadid

The White House arsenic designed by Zaha Hadid (Rob Waugh/Midjourney)

British-Iranian designer Zaha Hadid was celebrated for usage of curves, designing iconic buildings specified arsenic Rome's MAXXI Museum, and nan Guangzhou Opera House.


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