An iconic landmark in Liverpool, the Royal Albert Dock was revolutionary when it opened in 1846, as it was the first structure in Britain to be built using cast iron, brick, and stone, with no structural wood. But how could it have looked if designed by someone else?
The team at Selco Builders Warehouse have used an AI art tool called Midjourney to reimagine the building in three different contemporary architectural styles inspired by Antoni Gaudi, Zaha Hadid, and Renzo Piano.
Gaudi, Hadid, and Piano have each designed countless famed buildings across the globe – among others, Gaudi designed the renowned Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Hadid the London Aquatics Centre used in the 2012 Olympics, and Piano is the architect behind the Shard in London.
Here is how the Royal Albert Dock would look if designed by these brilliant architects: