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Carlo Scarpa

Venice, Italy
born 1906, Venice

Carlo Scarpa (June 2nd, 1906 - November 28th, 1978) was an Italian architect and designer heavily influenced by the history of Venetian culture, materials and landscape. in 1926 obtained his diploma of Professor in Architectural Drawing at the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Venice. He then began..

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This Neo-Gothic brick-built bridge in Berlin was originally built in 1886 by Otto Stahn. It was partly destroyed in WWII and was renewed in 1994-1995. The new bridge features a very elegant arch in steel designed by the Spanish enngineer and architect Santiago Calatrava. Rarley contemporay..

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Located at the foot of an impressive cliff, the construction of this building, started in 1814 as a rural dwelling, was carried out in stages. It comprises three juxtaposed structures on different levels. A small street runs through the ground floor, the remains of an easement of passage. The..

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Trabajo realizado en un departamento en el centro histórico de lima, en un edificio antiguo que mantiene el mismo exterior en el que todo cambia por dentro y se convierte en un lugar totalmente renovado y restaurado.

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Maruša Zorec

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1965, Maribor

Maruša Zorec has been an independent architect since 1992; she is also assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana. She was for several years assistant to Vojteh Ravnikar, who influenced her way of working and perceiving architecture. Furthermore she admires the work of..

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Ravne Library

Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenia
by Maruša Zorec, ...

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The renovation of the castle manor house complex reflects a harmonious intertwining of the existing building tissue and new interventions. With its renovated and upgraded image, the building is finally revived with the placement of new functional content. Use of the material creates a dialogue..

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Renovation of Modern Gallery

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Bevk Perović, ...

Bevk Perović arhitekti renovated the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana, designed by Edvard Ravnikar.

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The objective of the intervention is to preserve the existing building structure and ensure its functionality through a systematic set of typological elements.

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Built in the 1920s for Fiat, Lingotto was the largest and most modern car manufacturing plant in Europe, both architecturally and in terms of car production. The 500m-long, five-storey building, had a volume of one million cubic metres, and was equipped with a rooftop test track. Fiat Lingotto..

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St. Norbert Church

Berlin, Germany
by Fehling+Gogel

The St. Norbert Church was inaugurated in 1916. It was heavily damaged in the war. In 1958 they made a conversion with a partial demolition. The church hall was modernized and supplemented by new buildings.

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mustern

Berlin, Germany
by brandt+simon architekten

Decades after their construction the high-rise prefabricated buildings made with concrete slabs - despite or even because of their brutal neutrality - are open for individual entries. The urban life likes to take place high above the city.
In the stacked boxes walls are demolished and new bays..

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Franco Albini

Milano, Italy
born 1905, Como

Franco Albini was an Italian architect and designer. He graduated at the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic Institute of Milan in 1929. At the beginning of his career is especially characterized by ephemeral works: startds, exhibitions and interior decoration. He was interested in what..

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Elbphilharmonie

Hamburg, Germany
by Herzog & de Meuron

The Elbphilharmonie on the Kaispeicher in the midst of Hamburg’s HafenCity marks a location that was known to the public but not really accessible. Architects plan that the future will bring a new center of social, cultural and daily life for the people of Hamburg as well for visitors from all..

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Caminha Apartment

Caminha, Portugal
by Tiago do Vale

A Graphical Refurbishment by the Sea. Built in the 80’s, this apartment was in dire need of refurbishment. Both its infrastructures and organization were dated, so the intention was to make the most of its potentialities while bringing its living experience to contemporary standards. With just..

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Vittorio Gregotti

Milan, Italy
born 1927, Novara

Vittorio Gregotti is an Italian architect, born in Novara. He is head of the Gregotti Associati studio. His studio has designed several important buildings, such as the Barcelona Olympic Stadium, the Cultural Centre of Belem in Lisbon, the Arcimboldi Theater in Milan and several university..

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The Barcelona Olympic Stadium was built originally in 1927 for the International Exposition which took place in 1929. It was also built in hopes of getting the bid for the 1936 Summer Olympics which ended up going to the city of Berlin in Germany. The stadium was designed by Pere Domènech i..

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Revoltella Museum

Trieste, Italy
by Carlo Scarpa, ...

The Revoltella Museum is a modern art gallery founded in Trieste in 1872 by Baron Pasquale Revoltella. In 1963 Carlo Scarpa received the order for the restructuring of the Museo Revoltella. The museum consists of three buildings from the second half of the 19th century: the Palazzo Revoltella by..

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Renovation of Prague Castle

Prague, Czech Republic
by Pavel Janák, ...

Prague Castle is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. The castle was a seat of the bohemian kings, the Holy Roman emperors and the presidents of Czechoslovakia.

[h]Jože Plečnik's renovations 1920-1934[/h]
The architectural interventions of Jože Plečnik brought a..

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The monumental baroque building on the Canal Grande, erected by Baldassare Longhena, was reanimated by a reconstruction and extension. The issue of old - new as well as the new use caused strong structural interventions and the installation of prostheses in the form of visible and invisible..

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