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Olnick Spanu House by Alberto Campo Baeza in Garrison, New York, USA exterior landscape
Photo: Javier Callejas Features
October 19, 2009 /

Olnick Spanu House
Alberto Campo Baeza
Garrison, New York, USA

Olnick Spanu House in Garrison, New York, a plane is established that underlines the landscape, seeking to enhance it.

Image courtesy MoMA
Swiss Re Insurance Headquarters
London, England (1997 - 2004) 
590 feet (180 meters)
Architect: Norman Foster, Foster and Partners
Engineer: John Brazier, Ove Arup & Partners Exhibitions
October 15, 2009 /

Tall Buildings
MoMA QNS
New York, New York, USA
On view: July 16, 2004 - September 27, 2004

The exhibition investigates new horizons in architecture and engineering, focusing on skyscrapers and their place in the twenty-first century.

41 Cooper Square exterior facade
Photo © Iwan Baan
Features
October 12, 2009 /

41 Cooper Square
Morphosis
New York, NY, USA

41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the 150 year-old institution and of the city in which it was founded.

Slit Court by EASTERN design office in Kyoto, Japan
Photo: Koichi Torimura Features
October 12, 2009 /

Slit Court
EASTERN design office
Kyoto, Japan

The building is located in Sumizome, Fushimi, Kyoto, a small town with a distinguished history situated south of the Tofukuji temple.

Four Boxes Gallery in Skive, Denmark, by Atelier Bow-Wow
Photo: Anders Sune Berg
Features
October 05, 2009 /

Four Boxes Gallery
Atelier Bow-Wow
Skive, Denmark

Four Boxes Gallery is a building that is quintessentially Japanese, yet also strangely oversized and villa-like, as it extends the built vocabulary of the school with its clear-cut concrete edges.

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