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House for Music
Museum Insel Hombroich
Photo: Thomas Mayer Features
June 18, 2012 /

House for Music
Raimund Abraham
Museum Insel Hombroich, Rhein Country Neuss, Germany

This 20 acre former NATO missile base is now a nature area and country park for artists, poets, composers and scientists who live and work on the site.

Wolfe Center for the Arts by Snøhetta in Bowling Green, Ohio, USA.  exterior 
Photo: Bruce Damonte Features
June 11, 2012 /

Wolfe Center for the Arts
Snøhetta
Bowling Green, Ohio, USA

Punctuating the expansive horizons of northwestern Ohio, the new Wolfe Center for the Arts at Bowling Green State University rises from the fertile plains to alter the local landscape - both literally and culturally.

Museum der Kulturen by Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland. Photo Iwan Baan Features
June 11, 2012 /

Museum der Kulturen
Herzog & de Meuron
Basel, Switzerland

The Museum der Kulturen Basel dates back to the middle of the nineteenth century. Replacing the Augustinian monastery on the Münsterhügel the classicist building by architect Melchior Berri opened in 1849.

MÉCA by BIG in Bordeaux, France
Image courtesy BIG Features
June 05, 2012 /

MÉCA
BIG
Bordeaux, France

MÉCA, located on the historical riverfront of Bordeaux, will house three regional visual and performing arts agencies FRAC, the ECLA and the OARA in one single institution.

Enzo Ferrari Museum by Future Systems in Modena, Italy
Photo © Studio Cento29 Features
June 04, 2012 /

Enzo Ferrari Museum
Future Systems
Modena, Italy

Dedicated to motor racing legend and entrepreneur Enzo Ferrari (1898 - 1988), the museum comprises exhibition spaces within the early nineteenth century house, where the motor racing giant was born and raised and its adjoining workshop, as well as in a new exhibition building.

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