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Vitra Conference Pavilion designed by Tadao Ando. Weil am Rhein

Vitra Conference Pavilion designed by Tadao Ando. Weil am Rhein

Vitra Conference Pavilion designed by Tadao Ando. Weil am Rhein

Vitra Conference Pavilion designed by Tadao Ando. Weil am Rhein

UFA Cinema Center designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au. Dresden

UFA Cinema Center designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au. Dresden

Vitra Fire Station designed by Zaha Hadid. Weil am Rhein

Vitra Fire Station designed by Zaha Hadid. Weil am Rhein

BMW Welt designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au. Munich

BMW Welt designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au. Munich

Vitra Design Museum designed by Frank Gehry. Weil am Rhein

Vitra Design Museum designed by Frank Gehry. Weil am Rhein

Mercedes-Benz Museum designed by UNStudio. Stuttgart.

Mercedes-Benz Museum designed by UNStudio. Stuttgart.

Porsche Museum designed by Delugan Meissl. Stuttgart

Porsche Museum designed by Delugan Meissl. Stuttgart

Luckenwalde Town Library designed by FF Architekten & Martina Wronna. Luckenwalde

Luckenwalde Town Library designed by FF Architekten & Martina Wronna. Luckenwalde

Vitra Fire Station designed by Zaha Hadid. Weil am Rhein.

Vitra Fire Station designed by Zaha Hadid. Weil am Rhein.


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Konferenzpavillon Vitra - Tadao Ando -

Konferenzpavillon Vitra - Tadao Ando -

Andrea PALLADIO: Villa Capra o La Rotonda. Vista de una de las fachadas.

Andrea PALLADIO: Villa Capra o La Rotonda. Vista de una de las fachadas.

Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando. Vitra Campus (Weil am Rhein , Germany)

Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando. Vitra Campus (Weil am Rhein , Germany)

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ppmj:  Work by Tadao Ando

ppmj: Work by Tadao Ando

Villa Capra (o Viilla la Rotonda), by Andrea Palladio. s. 1570. Near Vicenza, Italy.

Villa Capra (o Viilla la Rotonda), by Andrea Palladio. s. 1570. Near Vicenza, Italy.

Buddhism Temple \ Miliy Design

Buddhism Temple \ Miliy Design

G-Cans is the name of a massive underground system designed to collect water in the Tokyo area in order to prevent floodings. The G-Cans control center and main facility are located at the Edogawa River Office, Kasukabe City, Saitama Prefecture.

G-Cans is the name of a massive underground system designed to collect water in the Tokyo area in order to prevent floodings. The G-Cans control center and main facility are located at the Edogawa River Office, Kasukabe City, Saitama Prefecture.

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