Blobitecture is a style of architecture characterized by organic, curved shapes inspired by nature. It contrasts with modernism’s emphasis on clean lines and geometric shapes. Blobitecture often features fluid walls and rooflines to evoke a sense of movement and fluidity and is designed to harmonize with the surrounding environment. This postmodern approach values both form and function and aims to create aesthetically pleasing and engaging buildings. Examples of Blobitecture include the Gherkin, MARTa Herford Museum, and Agora Theatre.