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lost-gems:

Willis Tower (Formally Sears Tower) under various stages of construction in Chicago, Illinois.  Upon its completion in 1973, it was the Tallest Building in the World. 
It held this record until 1998 (25 years) when it was passed by  Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Twin Towers in 1998.  Sears Tower remains the Tallest Building in the Western Hemisphere and the 7th Tallest Freestanding Structure in the World.
lost-gems:

Willis Tower (Formally Sears Tower) under various stages of construction in Chicago, Illinois.  Upon its completion in 1973, it was the Tallest Building in the World. 
It held this record until 1998 (25 years) when it was passed by  Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Twin Towers in 1998.  Sears Tower remains the Tallest Building in the Western Hemisphere and the 7th Tallest Freestanding Structure in the World.
lost-gems:

Willis Tower (Formally Sears Tower) under various stages of construction in Chicago, Illinois.  Upon its completion in 1973, it was the Tallest Building in the World. 
It held this record until 1998 (25 years) when it was passed by  Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Twin Towers in 1998.  Sears Tower remains the Tallest Building in the Western Hemisphere and the 7th Tallest Freestanding Structure in the World.
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nvvt:

mueller lake (by s.v.e.n.)
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innovativ:

Greenhouse
Conceived as a precious crystal, semi-submerged in splendid isolation, reached by boat across the lake followed by a short walk from the shore, the greenhouse blends into the hillside. Visitors access the building through a prolonged cut, literally scooped up from the ground, emerging into a light-filled reception space. From here the visitor passes along a tessellated mesh of paths to three different climatic zones with corresponding plant environments.The greenhouse has a horseshoe plan, creating a loop that changes radically in section to accommodate a series of unique planting and spatial conditions. With the interior and exterior ground planes gradually shifting in relation to each other, the visitor experiences a sequence of visual enclosures alternating with long vistas out and across. The horseshoe shape also generates an interior open-air courtyard, making it the natural centre of the building and creating a three-dimensional web of interior and exterior circulation.
innovativ:

Greenhouse
Conceived as a precious crystal, semi-submerged in splendid isolation, reached by boat across the lake followed by a short walk from the shore, the greenhouse blends into the hillside. Visitors access the building through a prolonged cut, literally scooped up from the ground, emerging into a light-filled reception space. From here the visitor passes along a tessellated mesh of paths to three different climatic zones with corresponding plant environments.The greenhouse has a horseshoe plan, creating a loop that changes radically in section to accommodate a series of unique planting and spatial conditions. With the interior and exterior ground planes gradually shifting in relation to each other, the visitor experiences a sequence of visual enclosures alternating with long vistas out and across. The horseshoe shape also generates an interior open-air courtyard, making it the natural centre of the building and creating a three-dimensional web of interior and exterior circulation.
innovativ:

Greenhouse
Conceived as a precious crystal, semi-submerged in splendid isolation, reached by boat across the lake followed by a short walk from the shore, the greenhouse blends into the hillside. Visitors access the building through a prolonged cut, literally scooped up from the ground, emerging into a light-filled reception space. From here the visitor passes along a tessellated mesh of paths to three different climatic zones with corresponding plant environments.The greenhouse has a horseshoe plan, creating a loop that changes radically in section to accommodate a series of unique planting and spatial conditions. With the interior and exterior ground planes gradually shifting in relation to each other, the visitor experiences a sequence of visual enclosures alternating with long vistas out and across. The horseshoe shape also generates an interior open-air courtyard, making it the natural centre of the building and creating a three-dimensional web of interior and exterior circulation.
innovativ:

Greenhouse
Conceived as a precious crystal, semi-submerged in splendid isolation, reached by boat across the lake followed by a short walk from the shore, the greenhouse blends into the hillside. Visitors access the building through a prolonged cut, literally scooped up from the ground, emerging into a light-filled reception space. From here the visitor passes along a tessellated mesh of paths to three different climatic zones with corresponding plant environments.The greenhouse has a horseshoe plan, creating a loop that changes radically in section to accommodate a series of unique planting and spatial conditions. With the interior and exterior ground planes gradually shifting in relation to each other, the visitor experiences a sequence of visual enclosures alternating with long vistas out and across. The horseshoe shape also generates an interior open-air courtyard, making it the natural centre of the building and creating a three-dimensional web of interior and exterior circulation.
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evolutionists:

Philipp Klinger.
Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta & Piazza del Duomo.
evolutionists:

Philipp Klinger.
Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta & Piazza del Duomo.
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travelingcolors:

Living in the Clouds (by John Harrison)
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travelingcolors:

Valparaíso | Chile (by capiotti)
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architecturelovers:

Dynamic Towers
Dynamic Architecture
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homedecorart:

Berlin, Bierpinsel via f1dot8
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dayoa:

The Colour of Money by Mark Lucey
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splitfailed:

Walden 7, Ricardo Bofill (1974)