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Inside, outside. Outside, inside. It all rolls into one. That's one of the qualities that I love about Calatrava's work. The connection appears seamless.
More from the JiBBR trip to Rotterdam during which Rita, Jorg and I headed off on a day trip to see Calatrava's wonderful Liège-Guillemins train station.
Vinha virgem | Parthenocissus quinquefolia
Casa das Artes | Miranda do Corvo
Architecture by FAT - Future Architecture Thinking
Architect Bertrand Goldberg
See it here too:
ASPM Building stands out beside harbor in Aomori, Japan.
*Explored on 25 July 2012* Thank you :)
Market in Mong Kok
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Architect: Moshe Safdie (2011)
Location: Washington, DC
Sitting at the foot of the National Mall on Constitution Ave, across from the Lincoln Memorial, this is likely one of the first buildings most people will see as they enter Washington, DC from the Roosevelt Bridge. The rather stark facades contrast nicely with the swooping roof, which is often compared to a dove in flight, but always reminds me of an exploding golf ball... I'm guessing Safdie was probably thinking more "dove" than "golf ball" though...
I should also mention that I was stopped by guards here as I took this photo. After first telling me to leave, they agreed to let me stay and even went so far as to turn on the interior lights for me for a few minutes (they were out when I arrived). Such a nice change from the usual. They were great.
Press "L" worth it / Pulsa "L" vale la la pena
Also in / También en "FIGURE IN CONTROLUCE-01" expo