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Siloetten by C. F. Møller Architects in Aarhus, Denmark.
Photo: Julian Weyer Features
April 06, 2010 /

Siloetten
C. F. Møller Architects
Aarhus, Denmark

The apartments, a steel structure built around the silo, protrude into the light and the landscape like LEGO bricks.

Design Museum Holon, Israel, by Ron Arad Architects  
Exterior facade
Photo: Yael Pincus
Features
April 05, 2010 /

Design Museum Holon
Ron Arad Architects
Holon, Israel

Constructed of five sinuous bands of varying shades of weathered steel.

National Museum of Qatar exterior waterfront
Photo © Atelier Jean Nouvel Features
March 29, 2010 /

National Museum of Qatar
Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Doha Corniche, Qatar

The National Museum of Qatar, like a desert rose, appears to grow out of the ground and be one with it.

Vitra Haus by Herzog & de Meuron in Weil am Rhein, Germany. Street view.
Photo © Iwan Baan Features
March 20, 2010 /

Vitra Haus
Herzog & de Meuron
Weil am Rhein, Germany

A series of spatial surprises, a "secret world," with a suggestive, almost labyrinthine character.

The Opposite House by Kengo Kuma & Associates in Beijing, China.
Photo © Michael Weber Features
March 15, 2010 /

The Opposite House
Kengo Kuma & Associates
Beijing, China

The Opposite House is situated within the large commercial development along the Sanlitun Street in the center of Beijing. The name refers to the guest house which sits on the opposite side of a traditional Chinese courtyard house. It is also a name that suggests a place of contrast.

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