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Woodland Cemetery

Stockholm, Sweden
by Gunnar Asplund, ...

The Woodland Cemetery in Enskede was built between 1919 and 1940 by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz. On a ridge overgrown with pines they created a sacred landscape with several small chapels arranged to interact with the natural surroundings. It expresses on a large scale the design..

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Autobus Park №7 (or ‘АП №7’) was constructed in 1973, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Its chief architect, V. P. Zinkevych, worked with design teams from Kievsky Promstroyproekt and Ukrgiprodortrans, and scientific teams from the organisations NIISKKISI and NIZHE. The construction crew was provided by the..

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An itinerary survey along the 45ºN, on the inventiveness of everyday life, new hybrid vernacular and communal space making in Europe.

For too long, we have been creating top-down fixed structures to read our planet, trying to describe the world as a whole. We may now recognise the urgency of..

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Built in the early sixties along the ring road of Paris, Bois-Le-Prêtre high rise block of 16 storeys includes 96 apartments. The demolition of the building, which was firstly envisaged, has been stopped. The project propose a generous extension of the apartments. New floors, built as a..

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The monument to the National People's Struggle in Ilirska Bistrica, subtly sited in the landscape, is a superior work of sculpture and architecture. With its visual and symbolic abstraction, it gives meaning to the historical and spatial significance. It is dedicated to the fighters killed in..

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This complex located in Črni Kal, Slovenia commemorates fighters and veterans from the surrounding area who fell and fought during the National Liberation War (WWII). In the early 1960s, local government and veteran groups organized the construction of the complex just outside of Črni Kal, which..

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Built for the 1937 International Exhibition, the Palais de Tokyo was, from its beginnings and until 1974, the Museum National d'Art Moderne. The various programs that subsequently occupied it had gradually transformed it into a huge black box at odds with the intrinsic qualities of its location...

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Latapie House

Floirac, France
by Lacaton & Vassal

The inexpensive house is the result of a commision to build, on a low budget, a house for a couple with two children. French architects Lacaton & Vassal designed this innovative house in 1993. Located in a discontinuous residential area, the house fits into the street profile. It's a simple..

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