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Arp Museum by Richard Meier & Partners in Remagen-Rolandseck, Germany. Exterior landscape.
Photo: Roland Halbe
Features
September 28, 2007 /

Arp Museum
Richard Meier & Partners
Remagen-Rolandseck, Germany

The translucent tower walls illuminate the shaft and elevators, with added illumination and hints of views provided by transparent glass slots in the tower walls.

Diagonal Mar Park by Enric Miralles-Benedetta Tagliabue (EMBT) in Barcelona, Spain. photo: arcspace Features
September 24, 2007 /

Diagonal Mar Park
Enric Miralles-Benedetta Tagliabue (EMBT)
Barcelona, Spain

"If the park has a scale comparable to the grand gardens of Barcelona its design and situation obliges it to increase in scale."

Photo courtesy EEA
Erick van Egeraat - Metzo College - Exterior Features
September 18, 2007 /

Metzo College
Erick van Egeraat
Doetinchem, The Netherlands

A compact building with a strong identity within the landscape. The new Metzo College, replacing three existing school buildings, houses a school for vocational education as well as public sport facilities.

World Business Center (WBCB) in Busan, South Korea, by Asymptote Architecture Features
September 18, 2007 /

World Business Center (WBCB)
Asymptote Architecture
Busan, South Korea

Asymptote's design, a single building comprising three distinct towers, effectively questions older notions of singularity and autonomy in tall building design.

Hall Winery by Gehry Partners, LLP, in Napa Valley, California, USA
Hall Winery model
Photo courtesy Gehry Partners, LLP
Features
September 10, 2007 /

Hall Winery
Gehry Partners, LLP
Napa Valley, California, USA

The overall plan for the Hall Winery, acquired by Craig and Kathryn Hall in 2003, consists of three state-of-the-art production warehouses and two "showpiece" structures related to wine tours, tasting, and retail sales.

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