Download images of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Berlin by Swiss architects E2A. The building is an uncompromizing homage to the cool and elegant modernist, glass-and-steel structures of the 1960s, referencing in particular the work Mies van der Rohe.
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The annual Serpentine Pavilion program gives architects who are yet to work in the UK an opportunity to design a summer pavilion in the gallery’s garden. In 2014, Chilean architect, Smiljan Radic, was awarded this opportunity and produced a cave-like shell that returned to a primal sense of architecture. By designing a large fiberglass orb, punctuated by curated views towards the surrounding Hyde Park, Radic has reveled in the archaic theme of prospect and refuge.
Completed in 1971 as a summer house for Danish architect, Jørn Utzon, Can Lis sits upon the edge of Mallorca’s windswept coastline. The house is made up of four discrete pavilions, which are linked by courtyards and stepping stones. Moving from room to room involves meandering through open spaces framed only by landscaped walls, bare branches and sky.
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