Olnick Spanu House by Alberto Campo Baeza in Garrison, New York, USA exterior landscape
Photo: Javier Callejas Features
October 19, 2009 /

Olnick Spanu House
Alberto Campo Baeza
Garrison, New York, USA

Olnick Spanu House in Garrison, New York, a plane is established that underlines the landscape, seeking to enhance it.

Image courtesy MoMA
Swiss Re Insurance Headquarters
London, England (1997 - 2004) 
590 feet (180 meters)
Architect: Norman Foster, Foster and Partners
Engineer: John Brazier, Ove Arup & Partners Exhibitions
October 15, 2009 /

Tall Buildings
New York, New York, USA
On view: July 16, 2004 - September 27, 2004

The exhibition investigates new horizons in architecture and engineering, focusing on skyscrapers and their place in the twenty-first century.

41 Cooper Square exterior facade
Photo © Iwan Baan
October 12, 2009 /

41 Cooper Square
New York, NY, USA

41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union, aspires to manifest the character, culture and vibrancy of both the 150 year-old institution and of the city in which it was founded.

Slit Court by EASTERN design office in Kyoto, Japan
Photo: Koichi Torimura Features
October 12, 2009 /

Slit Court
EASTERN design office
Kyoto, Japan

The building is located in Sumizome, Fushimi, Kyoto, a small town with a distinguished history situated south of the Tofukuji temple.

Four Boxes Gallery in Skive, Denmark, by Atelier Bow-Wow
Photo: Anders Sune Berg
October 05, 2009 /

Four Boxes Gallery
Atelier Bow-Wow
Skive, Denmark

Four Boxes Gallery is a building that is quintessentially Japanese, yet also strangely oversized and villa-like, as it extends the built vocabulary of the school with its clear-cut concrete edges.

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