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Category: Pavilions

Rokkō Shidare Observatory by Sambuichi Architects in Kobe, Japan. 
Exterior view. Photo: arcspace
April 03, 2013 /

Rokkō Shidare Observatory
Sambuichi Architects
Kobe, Japan

The Rokkō Shidare Observatory in Kobe, Japan, is an unusual observatory. It is perched on the top of Mount Rokkō almost a thousand yards above sea level, but here, rather than to observe the surrounding landscape, visitors are meant to witness nature and its shifting states.

The Cube by Park Associati in London, United Kingdom. exterior view of London Eye
Photo: Andrea Martiradonna
July 16, 2012 /

The Cube
Park Associati
London, United Kingdom

Situated on top of the Royal Festival Hall at the Southbank Centre The Cube is a nomadic, stateless and cosmopolitan piece of architecture, a pavilion designed to host a small, temporary restaurant.

WTC Pavilion by Snøhetta in New York, New York, USA.
Image courtesy Snøhetta
August 10, 2010 /

WTC Pavilion
Snøhetta
New York, New York, USA

Since the tragic events of September 11, 2001, New York State and the City of New York have worked to rebuild the site and return it to a lively and important center in one of the world's most notable cities.

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