Alesia Museum in Le Pre Haut, France, a Throwback at History by Bernard Tschumi Architects

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The Alesia Museum, by Benard Tschumi, marks an archeological site in central France and commemorates the history of the battle between the Romans, led by Julius Cesar and the Gauls,…

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The Bill & Melinda Gates Hall; a Script from the Past for Cornell Campus by Morphosis Architects

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Bill and Melinda Gates Hall at Cornell University

The Bill and Melinda Gates Hall at Cornell University has a commanding figure in the rather quiet parts of the Cornell Campus in Ithaca, New York. Morphosis Architects were commissioned…

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Chateau Cheval Blanc; An Exceptional Winery in the Middle of a Beautiful Landscape by Christian de Portzamparc

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Bernard Arnault and Baron Albert Frère are two world billionaires in the luxury goods market who are not afraid of spending their money on good things like architecture, wines and…

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Arcus Centre for Social Justice Leadership: Studio Gang Brings ‘Basement Discussions’ into Public Consciousness

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Where do people organising a protest meet? In a forlorn church basement? In a student’s hall in the wee hours of the night? Around an aggravated member’s kitchen island? From the days of…

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Pérez Art Museum: A Miami Stiltsville Metaphor by Herzog & de Meuron

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Herzog & de Meuron is one of the world’s most respected architectural firms. The practice has over the years developed a reputation for conjuring up some of the planet’s most original…

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