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Las Tres Mil Viviendas

Sevilla, Spain

Las 3000 Viviendas is a neighborhood of the city of Seville, made up of six neighborhoods belonging to the Polígono Sur. Two of them, Murillo (also 800 Houses) and Martínez Montañés (also Las Vegas) are considered of the most dangerous slums of Seville.

The construction of Las 3000 Viviendas..

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This early experience with prefabrication allowed to Lele to teach at the University of Brasilia, where he built Colina Velha, a faculty apartment complex constructed with prestressed slabs, prefabricated columns, and light paneling for internal partitions.

The Colina Velha housing building at..

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Llano del Rio

Lano, California, USA
by Alice Constance Austin

Llano del Rio was a commune in Llano, California, east of Palmdale in the Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County. The colony was devised by lawyer and socialist politician Job Harriman after he had failed his bid to become the mayor of Los Angeles in 1911. The colony's land was acquired in 1913 and..

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The U.S. federal government established the Air Force as an independent branch of the military in 1947, and authorized the creation of the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1954. The USAFA was meant to be the main undergraduate university for the Air Force. At the time that the USAFA was planned and..

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For the XLIII Milan Fair, the Castiglioni brothers set up the RAI pavillon with modular elements that allow, as indicated by the customer, employment in both indoors and outdoors locations.

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The design for the Parc de la Villette was selected from over 470 international competitors. The objectives of the competition were both to mark the vision of an era and to act upon the future economic and cultural development of a key area in Paris. As described in the competition, La Villette..

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KSEVT

Vitanje, Slovenia
by OFIS Architects, ...

The Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) was jointly designed by four Slovenian architectural firms: Bevk Perović, Dekleva Gregorič Architects, OFIS Architects and Sadar Vuga. Besides special programme and location, the collaboration of four architectural offices in developing..

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The Centre for Contemporary Culture in Barcelona is a dedicated to “cities and the phenomena they generate; because they have become the social, urbanistic and cultural catalyst of our times” and organizes exhibitions, music, dance, courses, debates, lectures, city walks. It is The CCCB is in the..

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