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The Exposition Universelle in Pariscelebrated the arrival of a new century. Countries from around the world were invited to present their achievements and lifestyles, the similarities and differences between them. The fair has not reached a planned financial success, as not enough tickets were..

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An approach for urban regeneration in post-industrial towns, the project investigates integration between institutions and society, reconciling civic and industrial, framing a new democratic urban centre.

The project challenges the role of public buildings in the context of economic, social..

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The building complex first constructed by Franz Schwechten in 1896-97, was later reconverted by Peter Behrens.
The old factory for train material (1906-07 by John Kraaz)was reconstructed in 1911 by Peter Behrens. The high voltage factory, small engine factory, montage plant for heavy machinery..

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As part of the Exhibition Case per Tutti (Houses for Everybody) at the Milano Triennale in May 2008, a prefabricated prototype of an Elemental House was built. The entire house was reduced to 10 panels assembled in 24 hours.

In social housing the usual relation between structural work and..

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Esherick House

Chestnut Hill, USA
by Louis I Kahn

The Esherick House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is one of the most studied of the nine built houses designed by American architect Louis Kahn. Commissioned by Margaret Esherick, it was completed in 1961.

The house is noted especially for its spatial organization and for the ventilation and..

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The Tel Aviv University campus is situated in the immediate vicinity of the city on a slight slope, overlooking the Mediterranean. The Medical School building is located on the highest point of the campus, enjoying a panoramic view of the whole campus, the nearby town and the Mediterranean. The..

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British Museum

London, United Kingdom
by Sir John Taylor, ...

The core of today’s building, the four main wings of the British Museum, was designed in the nineteenth century. Other important architectural developments include the round Reading Room with its domed ceiling and the Norman Foster designed Great Court which opened in 2000.
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The Sugarloaf Key Bat Tower is a historic site in Monroe County, Florida, United States. It is located a mile northwest of U.S. 1 on Lower Sugarloaf Key at mile marker 17. On May 13, 1982, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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Built in 1929 by Richter..

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