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Jewish Museum

Berlin, Germany
by Daniel Libeskind

The Jewish Museum Berlin opened to the public in 2001. It exhibits the social, political and cultural history of the Jews in Germany from the 4th century to the present. The museum explicitly presents and integrates, for the first time in postwar Germany, the repercussions of the Holocaust. The..

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Moscow School of Management

Moscow Oblast, Russia
by Adjaye Associates, ...

The Management School of Moscow, Skolkovo is a teaching institute that was founded in 2005 as a graduate business school. It is a joint venture between prominent Russian business leaders. In accordance with the founding philosophy a new campus was developed by Adjaye Associates.
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The Shukhov radio tower also known as the Shabolovka tower, is a broadcasting tower in Moscow designed by Vladimir Shukhov.

The 160-metre-high free-standing steel structure was built in the period 1920–1922, during the Russian Civil War. It is a hyperboloid structure (hyperbolic steel..

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In 1988 the French government announced its ambition for the construction of one of the largest and most modern libraries in the world regrouping several existing institutions on one site. The new library was intended to cover all fields of knowledge and was to be accessible to the public. In..

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Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

Lisbon, Portugal
by Pedro Cid, ...

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum was founded in conformity with Calouste Gulbenkian's last will and testament, the museum accommodates the art collection of the similarly-named Foundation, that includes ancient and, some, modern art. The buildings are part of their own isolated campus in Palhavã in..

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Hungry City

London, United Kingdom
by Carolyn Steel

Hungry City is a book about how cities eat. That’s the quick definition. A slightly wordier one might that it’s about the eternal engine driving civilisation. Feeding cities arguably has a greater social and physical impact on us and our planet than anything else we do. Yet few of us in the West..

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In January 1965, Kenzo Tange received a telegram from the United Nations asking if he would be interested in participating in an international planning competition for the reconstruction of Skopje, the regional capital of the Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. A severe earthquake hit the city in..

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The narrowest city center area on the left bank of the river Vardar has one of the most representative objects of modern architecture the Macedonian Opera and Ballet. This extraordinary work by the architects from young Slovenian office Biro 71 was influenced by Finnish organic architecture and..

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