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  • Kyrö Distillery, Isokyrö, Finland

    “avanto architects” from Helsinki have designed a stylish barrel storage building for the Kyrö Distillery Company, which was recently awarded the Finnish concrete architecture prize. At first glance, the building appears to be clad with old, charred wooden planks. In reality though, it has a raven black pigmented concrete façade with a deceptively real wood appearance.

  • Justice Center, Bochum, Germany

    Following the departure of Bochum’s oldest high school, construction of a new justice center began in 2012 on the former school campus according to plans by the Berlin architects Hascher-Jehle Architektur. A total of six new inter-connected buildings were erected to accommodate the various legal authorities, such as the Labor Court, District Court, Public Prosecutor’s Office and Social Services.

  • Steinsdalsfossen, Bergen, Norway

    In Norway, tourists have the opportunity to experience beautiful natural landscapes contrasted against bold architecture. Visitors who take a trip along one of the many scenic Norwegian country routes to see the Steinsdalsfossen waterfall, are treated to a dramatic nature experience.

  • Rudapithecus Látványtár, Felsőtelekes, Hungary

    On an old abandoned mine site, an impressive symbiosis of color and architecture brings new life to one of the most underdeveloped areas in Hungary: the landscape museum „Rudapithecus Spectacle“, located in the Felsőtelekes region on the outskirts of the Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén district.

  • MuCEM, Marseille, France

    It is the most spectacular museum in the city and one of the 50 most frequently visited museums in the world: the Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée, or MuCEM, in the city of Marseille in Southern France.

  • Rosenplatz, Osnabrück, Germany

    They are a phenomenon found in many cities: urban spaces that are now “plazas” in name only. At best the name is reminiscent of the former purpose and value of these places, which today serve only as utilitarian, gray traffic zones. This also was true of “Rosenplatz” or “Rose Plaza” in Osnabrück, Germany.

  • Terra nova, Elsdorf, Germany

    The Forum :terra nova at the north edge of the Hambach Mine, the largest open pit lignite mine in Europe, occupies a unique and powerful place in this bizarre landscape. Like a gigantic stone pressed up from the depths of the earth, the colored exposed-concrete façade reflects the structure and hues of the geological layers of the nearby open pit mine.

  • Alp, Akabane Tokyo, Japan

    The word “environment” describes the relationship between an object and its surroundings, and it is the overarching concept behind Alp, an apartment building designed by Akihisa Hirata in Akabane, Tokyo.

  • Daum Kakao Space.1, Jeju Island, South Korea

    A futuristic form of Nature. Virtuality has seldom found such structural expression as in the case of Daum Kakao Space.1, where the concept of a Data Highway has been applied to architecture in a most spectacular way

  • Eurobruggen Spijkenisse, Netherlands

    Modeled on bank notes. Applied art – there is hardly a more fitting term to describe the ambitious Eurobruggen project from the pen of graphic designer Robin Stam.