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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 first published work by Franciska Bettelheim, a pioneering female architect in Hungary. It was designed and built in 1936 for the Löwy Dávid és fia factory, then owned by the Bettelheim family. The apartment building contains 12 one-room living unit, with shared toilets. All apartments are..

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The representative headquarters for the State Aluminium Industry Trust (Magyar Alumíniumipari Tröszt, MAT)were designed and constructed in 1964-1967 by Olga Mináry. The Trust itself was only founded in 1963, but reflecting the high state investments into bauxite mining and the aluminium industry,..

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Palazzetto dello Sport in Rome is a work of Annibale Vitellozzi projected in 1956 in collaboration with Pier Luigi Nervi, which was built between 1956 and 1957 for the 1960 Olympics. The project consisted of a circular system of 60 meters in diameter.

The cover is made of reinforced concrete..

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Otani’s design won the major competition, for which there were almost 200 entries. The building has an unusual hexagonal framework, resulting in few vertical walls or columns. The conference centre has a trapezoidal shaped base. The shape is repeated on different scales and thrusts throughout the..

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The Temple of Monte Grisa is a Roman-Catholic church north of the city of Trieste. Located at an altitude of 300 metres on the edge of the Karst Plateau it is a conspicuous landmark. It is overlooking both the former Austro-Hungarian neo-Classical port and the Adriatic Sea.

It was built at the..

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Hôtel du Lac

Tunis, Tunisia

Hôtel du Lac in Tunis was built in the 1960s by the Lake of Tunis. The ten-story building is unique with its distinctive architecture and concrete construction, an icon of brutalist architecture. By protruding each floor at both ends to a respective room width, this design concept resulted a..

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BH Electric Power Building

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Ivan Štraus

The building of the The Electrical Management (Elektroprivreda) Building in Sarajevo was designed in 1978 but was destroyed when the city of Sarajevo was under blockade and military siege from 1992 to 1995. The Siege of Sarajevo was the longest siege in the history of modern warfare, conducted by..

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