In my previous post, I talked about buildings that use moving elements as a part of the architectural aesthetic. One example that I mentioned was the campus at Florida Polytechnic University, designed by Santiago Calatrava. His work sometimes falls into the category of Deconstructivist Architecture, which is defined by Webster's as an architectural movement or style influenced by deconstruction that encourages radical freedom of form and the open manifestation of complexity in a building rather than strict attention to functional concerns and conventional design elements (as right angles or grids).
I just came across a webpage that shows images of several different examples of Deconstructivism. Some of them include work by Calatrava.
Click Here to view these images.
Also, if you would like to see more work by Santiago Calatrava, click Here to visit his website.