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The 'staircase' of sugar cubes is installed in a place which used to be a storage for white goods (sugar, flour and rice) at the mixed bath triennial in Beppu. The buildings still has a japanese letter for sugar above the door.

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Royal National Theatre

City of London, United Kingdom
by Denys Lasdun

British government created the South Bank Board to build a National Theatre to the east of Waterloo Bridge in London. The original scheme was to incorporate an opera house and was called the National Theatre Opera House Project (NTOP). Denys Lasdun was chosen by a jury comprising actor Sir..

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Fisher House

Hatboro, USA
by Louis Kahn

"I always start with squares", said Louis Kahn. - The Fisher House, also known as the Norman Fisher House was designed by the architect Louis I. Kahn and built for Dr. Norman Fisher and his wife, Doris, a landscape designer, in 1967 in Hatboro, Pennsylvania.

Characterized by its dual cubic..

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Boston City Hall is the seat of the municipal government of Boston, Massachusetts. Architecturally, it is an example of the brutalist style. It was designed by Kallmann McKinnell & Knowles. Together with the surrounding plaza, City Hall is part of the Government Center complex, a major urban..

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In 1965, Louis Kahn was called on to design a library and dining area for the high school community at Phillips Exeter Academy.

This library is one of the most important and visually austere buildings Kahn built for an American university.
The architect was chosen based on the results..

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All Saints Church

Budapest, Hungary
by István Szabó

The Roman Catholic Parish Church of the Budapest-Farkasrét area stands on the hilly Buda side of the capital, right across the main entrance of the Farkasrét cemetery. Sculptural forms of the façade clearly show the public and sacral character. The building mass is split into two parts: the..

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The Pavilion for Vodka Ceremonies is a structure and performative ceremony designed by Alexander Brodsky for the ArtKlyazma art festival in 2003. Similar to Ice House and 95 Degrees Restaurant, the pavilion is located on the popular Muscovite retreat, Klyazma Reservoir.

The building is..

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A powerful earthquake hit the Belice Valley in Italy in the night of January 14th to 15th 1968, completely destroying the town of Gibellina. Faced with the impossibility of reconstructing the village on the ruins - the city was rebuilt from scratch at an adjacent site nearer to the motorway - the..

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