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In 1969 energy provider Total began implementing a mass-production policy for its gas stations: the big ones on France’s freeways and the smaller roadside units. To carry out this project, the company called in Jean Prouvé, who had already amply demonstrated his skills in the field of..

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F 8×8 BCC

Grenoble, France
by Jean Prouvé, ...

Pierre Jeanneret and Jean Prouvé’s F 8×8 BCC House fits in the series of projects initiated in 1939 and centered on the construction principle of using the axial portal frame that Prouvé created in 1938. A few examples of this small building, made entirely of wood, were completed between 1941 and..

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This is the newer building in the Kulturforum on Potsdamer Straße in West Berlin, designed by Hans Scharoun with substantial participation by Edgar Wisniewski. Construction began in 1967 to house those parts of the library's evacuated holdings from the western Allied occupation zones at the end..

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It is a competition-winning design for the German Chamber of Commerce and the local Federation of Industrialists, giving Ludwig Erhard's house both civic identity and a self-financing commercial development.

The steel-clad building is made of fifteen steel arches of progressively differing..

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Lokdepot 123

Berlin, Germany
by Robertneun

The housing project in Lokdepot street is an unconventional and alternative experiment of future living forms. Within the Atelier Loidl, landscape office's collaboration, the project aims to designs an inner-city able to dialogue with the Gleisdreieck Park urban development. That new-scale..

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The Photonics Centre is based on the urban design and services engineering concepts developed for an initial competition, won in 1995.The two buildings are colorful volumes with soft contours which create a strong identity within the existing rectilinear context without challenging the gentle..

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Sony Center

Berlin, Germany
by Helmut Jahn

The Sony Center is a Sony-sponsored building complex located at the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany. It opened in 2000 and houses Sony's European headquarters.

The site was originally a bustling city centre in the early 20th century. Most of the buildings were destroyed or damaged during..

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Ennis House

Los Angeles, USA
by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Ennis House was built fourth in a series of concrete block houses designed and completed by Frank Lloyd Wright for a client who shared his passion for the ancient Mayan culture. In the Ennis design, Wright managed to successfully fuse the methods from the previous dwellings within the context..

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