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Bar Babette

Berlin, Germany
by Josef Kaiser

This glass pavilion was erected as part of the second building section of the Karl-Marx-Allee project which was planned and constructed by a collective led by the architect Josef Kaiser. Originally it was planned as an exhibition space for arts and crafts from the Soviet Union. After the..

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Kristof Göbölyös

Budapest, Hungary
born 1969, Budapest

With more than 15 years of experience in design, Göbölyös and the Studio ArtFront Hungary - mainly deals with the design of luxury family homes, high-end offices, office buildings, hotels and public institutions. Beyond the design of new buildings, there are several monument reconstruction works..

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Serpentine Restaurant

London, United Kingdom
by Patrick Gwynne

The Serpentine Restaurant was a canopy-like building in Hyde Park which was dedicated to new private catering facilities. It was a part of a project which included two new restaurants in the same area of the park, the other one being Dell restaurant. It consisted of concrete terraces which..

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The Brynmawr Rubber Factory was a factory in South Wales which produced rubber and PVC flooring. ACP and structural engineers worked together to design a complex that would have spacious halls which would maintain a human scale. The main part of the industrial complex was a hall covered with nine..

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St Peter's Seminary

Cardross, United Kingdom
by Gillespie, Kidd & Coia

St Peter's Seminary an abandoned building which formerly housed a roman catholic seminary. It was built to become a new headquarters for the Catholic college because the former seminary building had been severely damaged in a fire. The new seminary surrounds a Victorian mansion that was..

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Ljubica Slavković

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1984, Belgrade

Ljubica Slavkovic is a graduated engineer of architecture and a PhD student at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. Her main expertise lies in the field of modernist architecture of socialist Yugoslavia, as well as in contemporary Belgrade development and its self-organized..

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Nataša Koselj

Ljubljanna, Slovenia
born 1969, Ljubljana

Nataša Koselj is an architect with a PhD on post-war Slovenian architecture, who studied and worked in Slovenia (University of Ljubljana), Finland (MARCH2002), UK (Oxford Brookes University) and France (Cité de l'architecture at du patrimoine). Docomomo Slovenia Chair, since 2004, who has formed..

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Ana Tostões

Lisbon, Portugal
born 1959, Lisbon

Ana Tostões was born in the 3rd April 1959 in Lisbon where she lives. She is an architect (ESBAL, 1982), architecture historian (UNL, 1994) and chair of DOCOMOMO International. She is associate professor at the Civil Engineering and Architecture Department of the Instituto Superior Técnico,..

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Wessel de Jonge

Rotterdam, Netherlands
born 1957, Rotterdam

Wessel de Jonge MSc (1957) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the Delft University of Technology in 1985. During his education and as extraordinary researcher at TU Delft and TU Eindhoven he has been dedicated to the survey of early 20th century architecture..

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Hubert-Jan Henket

Vught, Netherlands
born 1940, Heerlen

Hubert-Jan Henket is an emeritus professor of the Delft and the Eindhoven Universities of Technology, the Netherlands. He is the founder and honorary president of DOCOMOMO international since 1988. From 1969-1976 he practiced in Helsinki and London. In 1976 he started his own practice, since 2010..

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