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The Wedge by Lundgaard & Tranberg in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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August 21, 2006 /

The Wedge
Lundgaard & Tranberg
Copenhagen, Denmark

The two-stage architectural competition, won by Lundgaard & Tranberg, consisted of a new faculty building and an overall plan for the future expansion of the entire CBS campus.

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August 21, 2006 /

Hotel Skt. Petri
Erik Møller Arkitekter
Copenhagen, Denmark

Located in the heart of city the Hotel Skt. Petri by Erik Møller Arkitekter takes its name from the neighboring church, Skt. Petri, the oldest preserved church in Copenhagen.

Master plan for Ørestaden by Daniel Libeskind.
Photo courtesy NCC Property Development Features
August 21, 2006 /

Ørestaden
Daniel Libeskind
Copenhagen, Denmark

The area designed by Libeskind is located at a major junction between the motorway and the railroad, with access to Copenhagen Airport and Sweden, and the new Metro that connects Ørestaden with the center of Copenhagen.

Coal Washing Plant by OMA in Essen, Germany. Under construction. Escalators.
Photo © Thomas Mayer Features
August 07, 2006 /

Coal Washing Plant
OMA
Essen, Germany

The Coal Washing Plant is part of the Zollverein Mining Complex, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Center in December 2001.

Shaw Center for the Arts by Schwartz/Silver Architects in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. Exterior by night.
Photo © Timothy Hursley Features
July 24, 2006 /

Shaw Center for the Arts
Schwartz/Silver Architects
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

A "lantern on the levee" - a symbol of the illuminating power of the arts.

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