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Cidade da Musica by Atelier Christian de Portzamparc in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rendering
Image © Atelier Christian de Portzamparc Features
September 08, 2008 /

Cidade da Musica
Atelier Christian de Portzamparc
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Barra de Tijuca is a new town in Rio de Janeiro's southern outskirts. It is a long plain that lacks strong architectural events and urban marks. The Cidade da Musica, situated in the center of two crossing highways imagined by Lucio Costa, will be the heart of the new town.

Architecture Now! 5
Bookcase
September 01, 2008 /

Architecture Now! 5
By Philip Jodidio

Now in its fifth installment, the Architecture Now! series is an ongoing project documenting the work of the most innovative and influential architects across the globe. Publisher: Taschen.

Exhibition Pavilion by Sverre Fehn in Oslo, Norway
Photo: Thomas Mayer Features
September 01, 2008 /

Exhibition Pavilion
Sverre Fehn
Oslo, Norway

The new Architecture Museum is located in one of Norway's first monumental Empire Style buildings, designed by Christian Grosch in 1830, and a four-story building that was added in 1910.

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September 01, 2008 /

Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion
Zaha Hadid Architects
Zaragoza, Spain

The building's envelope plays an essential role in defining its relation to the surrounding environment and atmospheric variations.

Studio Nicolette - Putrajaya Waterfront - Rendering Features
August 18, 2008 /

Putrajaya Waterfront Development
Studio Nicoletti
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Putrajaya is located on a stretch of Malaysia between Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. It will eventually be the most accessible city in Malaysia, surrounded by expressways, urban highways and railways.

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