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  • Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, Cascais, Portugal

    Museum, art and landscape as a coherent entity. The pyramidal shapes of the Casa das Histórias Paula Rego in Cascais, Portugal, on the coast of Estoril, are what make the museum unique in its architecture.

  • Daum Kakao Space.1, Jeju Island, South Korea

    A futuristic form of Nature. Virtuality has seldom found such structural expression as in the case of Daum Kakao Space.1, where the concept of a Data Highway has been applied to architecture in a most spectacular way

  • Muzeum Krakow

    A cultural building on a historic site. On the former Rakowice-Czyzyny airfield near Krakow, a place steeped in history, a team of architects – Pysall Ruge – has built one of the world‘s largest aviation museums.The building looks as if it has been cut and folded like a paper airplane. It has three wings, is cast in concrete but is still light and airy.

  • Middelburg Town Hall

    The new town hall in Middelburg was designed by the German-Dutch architectural firm RAU. The town hall is not only a piece of modern architecture and a lively meeting place for citizens and government official, it also demonstrates what is possible in energy-efficient design using innovative concepts and integrally colored concrete.

  • Praça das Artes, São Paulo, Brazil

    Old and new in perfect symbiosis. The Praça das Artes project in São Paulo launched in 2009 was intended to be a delicate yet bold action.

  • Ciutat de la Justícia

    The Ciutat de la Justícia (City of Justice) towers like a giant over Barcelona’s Gran Via: Nine buildings with up to 14 stories across 230,000 square meters. The buildings, which fit together to form a cohesive, large-format sculpture, include courtrooms, government agencies and offices as well as law offices and restaurants.

  • Korea Special

    Korea Special, Paju and Heyri Art Village. Architecture and color: A wide range of options.

  • Soccer City Stadium

    Soccer City, the largest World Cup stadium in South Africa, is more than just an arena for world-class soccer. It’s also a shining example of state-of-the-art stadium architecture.

  • Rudapithecus Látványtár, Felsőtelekes, Hungary

    On an old abandoned mine site, an impressive symbiosis of color and architecture brings new life to one of the most underdeveloped areas in Hungary: the landscape museum „Rudapithecus Spectacle“, located in the Felsőtelekes region on the outskirts of the Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén district.

  • Steinsdalsfossen, Bergen, Norway

    In Norway, tourists have the opportunity to experience beautiful natural landscapes contrasted against bold architecture. Visitors who take a trip along one of the many scenic Norwegian country routes to see the Steinsdalsfossen waterfall, are treated to a dramatic nature experience.