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Traditional Festivity Las Fallas 2007 in Valencia, Spain

August 31, 2009 Filed Under: Art, Cultural, Public Buildings, Urban Design
Traditional Festivity Las Fallas 2007 in Valencia, Spain

Las Fallas is a Day Nineteen annual traditional festival celebrated in Valencia, Spain. The festival has its origins in the eighteenth century, when carpenters burned the remains of a rigorous work winters in honor of their patron St. Joseph. Over the years, lots of leftovers turned into huge statues of wood and paper, known as […]

Chabad Lubavitch Center in Berlin, Germany

August 13, 2010 Filed Under: Public Buildings, Religion
Chabad Lubavitch Center in Berlin, Germany

Chabad Lubavitch Center that located in Berlin, Germany, was designed by nps tchoban voss GmbH & Co. KG,  The 1922-founded building was designed for the electricity company ‘Elektrizitätswerk Südwest AG’. Its use as a voltage transformer station and later as a laboratory for street illumination and has nothing in common with the today’s aim of […]

Wexford Opera House in Wexford, Ireland

July 8, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Wexford Opera House in Wexford, Ireland

Designed by Keith Williams Architects, Wexford Opera House is located in Wexford, Ireland. In a far reaching €33 million building programme to designs by the Office of Public Works Architects with Keith Williams Architects, a totally new opera house has been constructed in the town centre on the site of the old Theatre Royal, the […]

Crown Center Square in Kansas City, United States

July 1, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Crown Center Square in Kansas City, United States

Crown Center Square in Kansas City, United States  designed by ZGF Architects LLP was transformed from a compromised mixed use urban space with limited connectivity into an inviting urban plaza that promotes through-fare and respite time, supported by multiple water features and a tactile and visual high quality space. The original square was conceived as […]

Yusuhara Town Hall in Yusuhara, Japan

March 8, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Yusuhara Town Hall in Yusuhara, Japan

The Yusuhara Wooden Town Hall was designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates is located in Yusuhara, Japan. The town of Yusuhara in Kochi Prefecture, known for its urban development using “Japanese Cedar”, has a starting point for its community with the “Kino-machi Hall” (Town Hall), the largest scaled “Wooden” town hall in Japan. Considering the […]

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