Parish Church and Complex by Massimiliano Fuksas in Foligno, Italy
Photo: Moreno Maggi
April 24, 2009 /

Parish Church and Complex
Massimiliano Fuksas
Foligno, Italy

The new Parish Church, located in Foligno, Umbria, is a monolith of pure geometry.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2011 by Atelier Peter Zumthor in London, United Kingdom. Garden view. 
Photo: Walter Herfst © Peter Zumthor Features
April 24, 2009 /

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2011
Atelier Peter Zumthor
London, United Kingdom

This year's pavilion is the 11th commission in the Gallery's annual series. It is Zumthor's first completed building in the UK and includes a specially created garden by the influential Dutch designer Piet Oudolf.

Plaza de España by Herzog & de Meuron in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Public space water basin.
Photo © Iwan Baan Features
April 20, 2009 /

Plaza de Espana
Herzog & de Meuron
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Much of today's Plaza de España and the cargo docks of the Muelle de Enlace is reclaimed land anchored in the steep drop of the Atlantic Coast. Anything that is constructed there is essentially an additional crust, a new layer superimposed on what is for the most part landfill.

Munch Museum
Photo courtesy Herreros Features
April 13, 2009 /

Munch Museum
Herreros Arquitectos
Oslo, Norway

The competition for the Munch Area in the Bjorvika neighborhood involved an opportunity to develop a complete city fragment, with the Munch Museum as the focus, in an enclave soon due to become essential for Oslo's life and image.

Chopo Museum interior by TEN Arquitectos in Mexico City, Mexico. Rendering
Image courtesy TEN Arquitectos
April 06, 2009 /

Chopo Museum
TEN Arquitectos
Mexico City, Mexico

The original building of the Chopo Museum is a product of late 19th century technology. The structure was manufactured just before the turn of the century in Oberhausen, Germany, as a pavilion for an exhibition on industry and art in Düsseldorf.

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