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Kant Parking Garage

Berlin, Germany
by Richard Paulick, ...

The Kant Garage was the first multi-storey parking garage in Berlin. It was built by the Bauhaus architect Richard Paulick in collaboration with Hermann Zweigenthal from 1929 to 1930 for the entrepreneur and engineer Louis Serlin.

The Kant Parking Garage was one of Richard Paulick's first..

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Bakhmetevsky Bus Garage was a public bus garage in Moscow, designed in 1926 by Konstantin Melnikov (floorplan concept and architectural design) and Vladimir Shukhov (structural engineering). The building, completed in 1927, was an example of applying avant-garde architectural methods to an..

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The Gosplan garage is located on the outskirts of Moscow and is the last realised project by Konstantin Melnikov. The architectural structure and style of this garage is closer to futurism than to the those of avant-garde and constructivism.

The centre of the one-storey garage is formed by a..

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Novoryazanskaya Street Garage, also spelled Novo-Ryazanskaya Street Garage, and known as "Horseshoe garage", was designed by Konstantin Melnikov and Vladimir Shukhov (structural engineering) in 1926 and completed in 1929 at 27, Novoryazanskaya Street in Krasnoselsky District, Moscow, Russia, near..

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Intourist Garage is a multi-storied building at 33 Suschevsky Val in Moscow, it was built by Konstantin Melnikov in co-operation with the architect V.I.Kurochkin.

Today only the facade of this garage still exists, however it is this geometrical facade that the building is known for.

The..

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A robust house of cards, 1111 Lincoln Road, a complex designerd by Herzog & deMeuron whose main feature is parking is a composition of cast-in-place concrete slabs that function as floor plates, columns, and ramps winding through the compressions and expansions in heights of the six parking..

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The Parking des Machines is a multi-storey car park in Nantes, France designed by the architects Bernard et Clotilde Barto. The car park is named after the neighbouring site, the "Machines de l'Ile", where groups of engineers are constructing larger-than-life moving machines in the former halls..

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With around 1.3 million visitors per year, the Leipzig zoo is one of the favorite animal parks in Germany. In order to provide the zoo's visitors with enough parking, a competition was held in 2002 for the design of a parking garage with an attractive as well as economical design concept. The..

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Preston Bus Station

Lancashire, United Kingdom
by Building Design Partnership

Preston Bus Station is the central bus terminus in the city of Preston in Lancashire, England. Built in the Brutalist architectural style between 1968 and 1969, designed by Keith Ingham and Charles Wilson of Building Design Partnership with E. H. Stazicker, it has a capacity of 80 double-decker..

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The Charles Street car park acts as a large lantern at an urban scale. It contains 520 parking spaces over ten floors with retail space at ground level.

The abstract and animated surface of its facade is composed of identical angled panels that are rotated randomly in four orientations. Each..

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Lee Circle Car Park

Leicester, United Kingdom

This is a historically important structure and symbolic of changes in British society since it was built. Today, Lee Circle car park appears totally unremarkable to the casual observer, but the Tesco store and car park that opened there in in 1961 was a pioneering experiment, noteworthy for many..

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