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10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
10 Architects 10 Structures
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10 Architects 10 Structures

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  • 1. 10 ARCHITECTS 10 STRUCTURES
  • 2. Name: The Turning Torso Location: Malmö, Sweden Architect: Santiago Calatrava (Spain) Year of construction: 2005 Characteristics: Building of apartments. 190 meters high. 54 floors. Nine segments of five-story pentagons. Topmost segment twisted 90º clockwise with respect to the ground floor. More information at: http://www.arcspace.com/architects/calatrava/t orso2/torso2.html
  • 3. Maison Louis Carré Alvar Aalto
  • 4. Arch Building, Bond University Arata Isozaki
  • 5. House César Manrique
  • 6. Creative Media Centre Daniel Libeskind
  • 7. Paula Rego Museum Eduardo Souto de Moura
  • 8. The Fallingwater House Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 9. Riverside Museum Zaha Hadid
  • 10. Glass House Philip Johnson
  • 11. Dahka National Assembly Building Louis Khan
  • 12. Paper Concert Hall, Italy Shigeru Ban
  • 13. The Pritzker Architecture Prize

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