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Shortly after the erection of the Berlin Wall in 1961, the government of West Berlin commissioned the largest post-war gymnasium. Construction started on March 16th 1962. The architect Ludwig Leo opted for a complex, but elegant 52-m free-span reinforced concrete vaulted ribbed vault. A couple..

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S2 Office Tower

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Milan Mihelič

S2 Office Tower is the only part of the original urban design of the right side of the northern entry to the city center of Ljubljana. Mihelič have planned two towers - S1 and S2, which doubled the dominant height to qualify the entrance to the city. The building is designed as a combination of..

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Pavilion C

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Milan Mihelič

Pavilion C was designed for a variety of exhibitions, which demanded this example of an open and flexible floor plan. It is built of four bases (of 26 planned), consisting of a central reinforced concrete pillar, which bears the structure of the roof and shade umbrella. The design allows the..

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The building is first in a series of five printing houses by Savin Sever. It is the greatest of the five. The building body is vertically divided into three parts, each of which designed to suit its specific purpose; the base, central part constructed in bricks and ribbon of massive cordons. The..

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Belgrade Fair

Belgrade, Serbia
by Milorad Pantović

Belgrade Fair complex is one of the most significant achievements of the Serbian post-war architecture. The total anticipated exhibition space was approximately 45,000 m² of indoor and 37,000 m² of outdoor space. Construction of the complex is designed in two stages. Belgrade Fair was officially..

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Centennial Hall

Wrocław, Poland
by Max Berg

The Centennial Hall is a historic building in Wrocław, Poland. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of the German Empire.

The building and surroundings is frequently visited by tourists and the local populace. It lies close to..

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Pottery Fabric

Palermo, Italy
by Marco Zanuso

The structure is designed in such a way as to allow the expansion of the plant without doubling of the pillar and without interruption of the production in the existing area. A V-beam resting on pillars at 12m wheelbase constitutes the support of the secondary structure. . The pillars have two..

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