Museum of Tomorrow by Santiago Calatrava in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Image courtesy Santiago Calatrava, LLC. Features
November 15, 2010 /

Museum of Tomorrow
Santiago Calatrava
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The sustainably-focused museum is part of the ambitious "Marvelous Port" urban design project, which will transform Rio's historical waterfront into a thriving cultural and residential community.

The Davidson Center by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo: Amit Geron Features
November 15, 2010 /

The Davidson Center
Kimmel Eshkolot Architects
Jerusalem, Israel

The Davidson Center is a museum located in the Old City of Jerusalem, woven into the archaeological excavation site of an Umayyan Palace at the southwestern corner of the Temple Mount.

Za-Koenji Public Theatre by Toyo Ito & Associates in Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan. exterior facade.
Photo: Iwan Baan Features
November 08, 2010 /

Za-Koenji Public Theatre
Toyo Ito & Associates
Suginami-ku, Tokyo,, Japan

Za-Koenji, located within a residential district, is a public theatre replacing the old Koenji Hall.

Poetry of the skeleton. Photo: Fernando Aldo The Camera
November 07, 2010 /

Fernando Alda

“The poetry of the skeleton” by Fernando Alda - a metaphor of our every day lives.

Photo: Gerald Zugmann The Camera
November 07, 2010 /

Gerald Zugmann

A Photo Essay by Gerald Zugmann, The Brion Tomb by Carlo Scarpa.

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