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Museum Liaunig by querkraft architekten in Carinthia, Austria. Exterior view.
Photo: Lisa Rastl Features
September 29, 2008 /

Museum Liaunig
querkraft architekten
Carinthia, Austria

The main body of the Museum Liaunig cuts through a densely wooded, steep-sided embankment, projecting out on both ends, with only a small part of the outstretched building visible. Rather than removing the soil, excavated ground is used to remodel the site.

Brooklyn Children’s Museum by Rafael Viñoly in Brooklyn, New York, USA. Exterior 
Photo: Chuck Choi
Features
September 27, 2008 /

Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Rafael Viñoly
Brooklyn, New York, USA

With its glittering envelope of 8.1 million yellow ceramic tiles the new building is a landmark attraction in the ethnically diverse residential neighborhood of Crown Heights.

California Academy of Sciences California Academy of Sciences exterior by Renzo Piano in San Francisco, California, USA. Landscape. Aerial view.
Photo © Tim Griffith
Features
September 22, 2008 /

California Academy of Sciences
Renzo Piano
San Francisco, California, USA

The new California Academy of Sciences houses the Kimball Natural History Museum, Steinhart Aquarium and Morrison Planetarium, along with eight scientific research departments and over 20 million scientific specimens.

FiftyTwoDegrees Business Innovation Centre by Mecanoo architecten in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Photo: Christian Richters
Features
September 15, 2008 /

FiftyTwoDegrees Business Innovation Centre
Mecanoo architecten
Nijmegen, The Netherlands

FiftyTwoDegrees is the realisation of the first phase of a large-scale master plan surrounding the Neerbosscheweg. The 86 meter tall tower stands on a slope and is fluidly yet excitingly absorbed into surrounding Goffert Park.

Miami Art Museum by Herzog & de Meuron in Miami, Florida, USA.
Interior hall.
Image © Herzog & de Meuron Features
September 15, 2008 /

Miami Art Museum
Herzog & de Meuron
Miami, Florida, USA

Few museum projects anywhere have as much potential for great success as the new Miami Art Museum; already an international arts destination, with a unique role as a crossroads of North and South America.

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