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Philips Pavilion

Brussels, Belgium
by Le Corbusier, ...

The Philips Pavilion was a World's Fair pavilion designed for Expo 1958 in Brussels by the office of Le Corbusier. Commissioned by electronics manufacturer Philips, the pavilion was designed to house a multimedia spectacle that celebrated postwar technological progress. Because Corbusier was busy..

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Continuing its previous work for the Comida restaurant in Vienna, Söhne & Partners transformed the basement of theeatery into a modestly decorated space-age club: the Red Room. Cloaked entirely in one shade of red velvet, Red Room's walls, ceiling and furniture merge into one another, connecting..

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Sonorous Museum

Frederiksberg, Denmark
by ADEPT, ...

In the listed ’Radio House’ of Copenhagen, by renowned Danish Architect Vilhelm Lauritzen, the Danish National Museum has recently re-opened its vast collection of historical musical instruments. The elegant modernistic building from the 1950’ies have gone through an extensive refurbishment,..

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Kino Šiška was a cinema, operated between 1961 and 2001. The two level building is the work of architect Božidar Gvardjančič. As condemned to decay the building was in 2004 included in the National Program for Culture as a possible location for the Center for Contemporary Art named Kino Šiška..

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GABU Heindl Architektur

Vienna, Austria
est. 2007, Vienna

Gabu Heindl is an architect and urbanist in Vienna operating at the intersection of architecture, research, art and urban planning. Her studio GABU Heindl Architektur specializes in architectural concepts and realizations of public interventions, cultural or social buildings and urban planning...

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The Sea organ

Zadar, Croatia
by Nikola Bašić

The Sea Organ is an architectural object and at the same time an experimental musical instrument located in the western part of the Zadar peninsula in Croatia. They are designed as a group of pipes that run under large marble stairs, and the sea waves create air pressure that produces random but..

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