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The Casa das Historias Paula Rego was designed by the architect Eduardo Souto de Moura. The building makes use of certain aspects of the region’s historical architecture, which is here reinterpreted in a contemporary way. It can be immediately recognised thanks to its two pyramid-shaped towers..

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Axel Springer has launched a move from print to digital media. Its new building on the campus in Berlin acts both as a symbol and a tool in this transition - a building to lure the elite of Germany's digital Bohemia. Bisected by a diagonal atrium that opens up to the existing Springer buildings,..

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The Future Architecture platform has been designed and is coordinated by the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana. It is the first pan-European platform of 18 architecture museums, festivals and producers from 15 countries, bringing ideas on the future of cities and architecture closer..

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Sprawled over a high plateau above La Paz, El Alto is arguably Latin America’s largest indigenous city. At an altitude of 4800 m, colorful buildings arise and geometric facades are visible from the teleferico travelling above the altiplano. The first cholets were sighted almost fifteen years ago:..

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Crossness Pumping Station

London, United Kingdom
by Joseph Bazalgette, ...

The Crossness Pumping Station is a former sewage pumping station designed by the Metropolitan Board of Works's chief engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette and architect Charles Henry Driver at the eastern end of the Southern Outfall Sewer and the Ridgeway path in the London Borough of Bexley...

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Bellini Theatre

Palermo, Italy

The Real Teatro Bellini or Regio Teatro Carolino is a theater in Palermo built in 1726. The history of the theater begins in 1676 with the Travaglino Theater, a popular theater that takes the name of a popular Palermo mask. Subsequently, a large Italian-style theater was inaugurated, the Teatro..

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The Scala Cinema

Bangok, Thailand
by Jira Silpkanok

The Scala Theatre is located in Siam Square, Bangok of which the area is owned by Chulalongkorn University. The private company has rented this area for development since 1962. It was a thousand-seat movie theater named after the Teatro alla Scala, Milan's opera house. Scala opened on 31 December..

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Solimene Ceramic's Factory

Vietri sul Mare, Italy
by Paolo Soleri

Vincenzo Solimene, whose family has been working for more than a century in the ceramic business, engaged Paolo Soleri to plan his new factory in 1951 and was completed by 1954. It is one of the most significant buildings of this century, standing on solid rock in the small town of Vietri sul..

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