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Richard Meier’s newly added landmark

Richard Meier’s newly added landmark “The 42-story, 460-foot high residential tower will provide 556 rental and condominium apartments and will feature panoramic views of the New York City riverfront.” H...
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Dystopian Lighthouses | Adrian Labaut Hernandez

Dystopian Lighthouses Lighthouse designs portray a feeling of sadness and depression, as they are rarely used, only a few people stay there, who are the workers and they can only listen to the sound of the sea...
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Famous Landmarks In The Wrong Places | DesignCrowd

DesignCrowd, the online design platform with over 450,000 members, recently held a playful competition entitled "Famous Landmarks in the Wrong Places", with prizes of over $500 AUD. Artists were invited to imag...
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Brooklyn’s New Mixed-Use Tower | HWKN

Brooklyn’s New Mixed-Use Tower HWKN’s new design will soon become an iconic landmark within the busy streets of New York City. The 100,000 sqf mixed use project is located next to the Brooklyn-Queens Expresswa...
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Le Monde : Paris headquarters | 3XN

3XN has revealed the images to the proposed plans of the 20,000 square meter project for a Paris headquarters of the French Media company Le Monde. Courtesy of 3XN This project is situated on a landmark ...
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Budapest’s Landmark Twist | Asymptote Architecture

Twisting and tapering asymmetrically, curving and rising upwards is the overall outcome produced for Asymptote’s Budapest Bank project, conceived back in 2006.  Courtesy of  Asymptote Architecture Similar...
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Bangkok University Landmark Complex | Architects 49

I think it works. The Bangkok University Landmark Complex deisnged by Architects 49, is built on concepts of reorganizing the frontal area of the campus and of creating and impressive, landmark approach to the ...