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Tomos Skyscraper

Koper, Slovenia
by Edo Mihevc

Skyscraper or solitary home is the most recognizable building in the Belveder complex. The building is constructed in two parts, in the basement there is a public programme (shop) and the entrance while in the floors we might find two type of units. The small are oriented towards Nord, while the..

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K67

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Saša Mächtig

K67 is a kiosk design which was introduced in 1966 by the Slovenian architect and designer Saša Mächtig. Its system is based on polyfibre reinforced modules, which could be used as single units or combined to large agglomerations. It inhabits the cities as newspaper kiosks, parking-attendant..

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Summer House Moroshito

Konstanz, Germany
by Paul Stohrer

Moroshito is the house the German architect Paul Stohrer designed for himself as a summer retreat on the shores of Lake Constance between 1959 and 1961. The design process started way earlier in the beginning of the 1950s with the purchase of a plot of land at the lake. Sloped and instable the..

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Stadttheater Ingolstadt

Ingolstadt, Germany
by Hardt-Waltherr Hämer, ...

After the destruction of the original building in 1945, a new theatre was built by Hardt-Waltherr Hämer und Marie Brigitte Hämer-Buro in 1964. It re-opened in 1966. For its polygonal structure, which emphazies the medieval skyline as well as the neo-classical forts of Ingolstadt (like the..

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Stadthalle Bremen

Bremen, Germany
by Roland Rainer

The arena was designed and built by the Austrian architect Roland Rainer in the years 1961 to 1964. It used to be called Stadthalle Bremen until the financial services provider Allgemeiner Wirtschaftsdienst (AWD) bought the naming rights in January 2005. Contrary to what the new name suggests,..

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Rathaus Gronau

Gronau, Germany
by Harald Deilmann

With the design of the new town hall of Gronau, a city near the Dutch-German border, architect Harald Deilmann took a stand against what he called "unimaginative schematism": based on a triangular structure Deilmann designed a flexible and open building that is welcoming to both visitors and..

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With its folded roof construction the church St. Paulus in Neuss, Germany, almost resembles a prehistoric shellfish. The roof construction was designed by architect Fritz Schaller in cooperation with engineer Stefan Polónyi and probably is the most expressive one in the long career of the..

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The location of this memorial was determined according to the historical position of the Syrmian Front, the largest frontal operation in Yugoslavia. It commemorates the gathering place of the Yugoslav and allied military units during the battle against the axis powers (21. October 1944. – 13...

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