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RheinMain CongressCenter

Using natural stone, timber cladding and metal glass elements, a dialogue is established between the new building and neighbouring museum and ministry. High colonnades wrap round the building on all sides in response to the 'Kurhaus' (former spa house), 'Staatstheater' (State Theatre) and Bowling Green. These projecting colonnades, the public entrance and green spaces connect the building to the city.

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RheinMain CongressCenter
© Thomas Ott

Imperial West Tower

The 140 metre high residential tower of the Imperial College with its elemental façade with glass and terracotta surfaces announces the architecture of the campus from afar.

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Imperial West Tower

The Bower London

The Bower is designed by award-winning architects AHMM and comprises a collection of three buildings, each with a distinct character, united in both purpose and integrity.

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The Bower London
© James D. Evans

520 West 28th Street

Zaha Hadid's international work is defined extensively by bold curves that are inspired by nature. And this posthumously built 11-storey residential building containing 39 exquisite dwellings in the New York city district of Chelsea is no exception.

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520 West 28th Street
Tim Fisher Photography

BLOX - Danish Architecture Centre

The white and green frosted glass facade is non-transparent to the outside and forms interlocking geometries. An abundance of glass – in stark contrast to the surrounding historical old town district of Copenhagen with red clinker facades that are typical to Denmark.

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BLOX - Danish Architecture Centre
Rasmus Hjortshøj

The Crystal

"The Crystal" urban development centre in London sets architectural and technical standards – particularly in terms of sustainability. By developing solutions for individual requirements using standard components, Gretsch-Unitas played a part in turning this bold statement of modern building construction into reality.

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The Crystal
©www.siemens.com/presse

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