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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust by Belzberg Architects
Photo courtesy Belzberg Architects Features
July 11, 2011 /

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
Belzberg Architects
Los Angeles, California, USA

The museum emerges from the landscape as a single, curving concrete wall that splits and carves into the ground to form the entry.

Human Evolution Museum by Juan Navarro Baldeweg in Burgos, Spain, Exterior 
Photo: Val Vazquez Sequeiros © estudio Juan  Navarro Baldeweg Features
June 27, 2011 /

Human Evolution Museum
Juan Navarro Baldeweg
Burgos, Spain

The museum occupies a central position in the building and also in the project's origin, setting the goals in the overall building organization.

Architect for Art: Max Gordon 
Photo © Todd Eberle
Fisher Landau Center for Art, Long Island City Bookcase
June 20, 2011 /

Architect for Art: Max Gordon
By David Gordon, Nicholas Serota, Kenneth Frampton & Jonathan Marvel

Gordon is a key figure in the history of late-twentieth-century art and architecture. Publisher: Marquand Books

Zaha Hadid - Riverside Museum - Exterior Features
June 13, 2011 /

Riverside Museum
Zaha Hadid Architects
Glasgow, Scotland

The museum positions itself symbolically and functionally as open and fluid, engaging its context and content to ensure it is profoundly interlinked with not only Glasgow's history, but also its future.

Image courtesy Kengo Kuma and V&A at Dundee
Kengo Kuma - V&A at Dundee - Rendering Features
June 13, 2011 /

V&A at Dundee
Kengo Kuma & Associates
Dundee, Scotland

The city of Dundee has always had a very close relation with the Tay river, and thus with its waterfront. The historical evolution of Dundee's harbor has developed in parallel with the city's economical and social changes, continuously changing the relation of the city with the river and the perception of it.

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