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Thinking Architecture
Photo: Laura Padgett Bookcase
June 14, 2006 /

Thinking Architecture
By Peter Zumthor

In Thinking Architecture Peter Zumthor expresses his motivation in designing buildings that speak to our feelings and that possess a powerful and unmistakable presence and personality. Publisher: Birkhäuser.

Mercedes Benz Museum by UNStudio in Stuttgart, Germany. Exterior
Photo: Christian Richters
Features
June 12, 2006 /

Mercedes Benz Museum
UNStudio
Stuttgart, Germany

The new Mercedes-Benz Museum, located next to highway B14 at the entrance of Stuttgart, contains exhibition space for the historical collection of Mercedes-Benz, which consists of 160 cars, as well as a museum shop, a restaurant, offices and a sky lobby.

Allied Works
Seattle Art Museum
Image courtesy Allied Works Features
June 05, 2006 /

Seattle Art Museum
Allied Works Architecture
Seattle, Washington, USA

Allied Works has made a major expansion and renovation of the Seattle Art Museum. The museum currently occupies a 150,000 ft2 building designed in the late 1980's by Robert Venturi.

Image courtesy Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects Features
May 15, 2006 /

Renée & Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
Pelli Architects
Costa Mesa, California, USA

The Renée and Henry Segerstrom Hall, home for the Pacific Symphony, is an elegant and vibrant sculptural form that glows in the southern California light.

Confluence Project View metal with enscription
Photo courtesy Maya Lin Studio and Gagosian Gallery
Features
May 08, 2006 /

Confluence Project
Maya Lin
Ilwaco, Washington, USA

The ceremonial completion of Cape Disappointment State Park, the first of seven sites, took place on April 22, 2006.

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