Notre Dame du Haut

Notre Dame du Haut – Ronchamp Chapel Architecture | Design | Plan

Notre Dame du Haut Architecture The Notre Dame du Haut at Ronchamp, designed by architect Le Corbusier in 1950-55, has drawn the attention of many historians and critics. Each one sees in it, influences of the past and its power to influence future buildings. Geoffrey H. Baker, architect and professor, says that the design of …

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NBBJ office architecture

NBBJ Office’s Architecture & Design, Seattle, Washington

NBBJ’s Office, Seattle – Design & Architecture A sophisticated new life was created for this turn-of-the-century warehouse. Except for the discreet addition of a new entry vestibule, solar-tinted window panes, the skylight, and rooftop greenhouse,  architecture building stands virtually intact. The sandstone exterior was cleaned and restored. The interior brick bearing walls and heavy timber …

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Museum of wood Tadao Ando

Museum of Wood Mikata, Hyogo by Tadao Ando | Design | Architecture

Museum of Wood’s Design and Structural Planning Ando designed a facility called the Museum of Wood in 1994 in a mountainous area of Hyogo Prefecture in Japan. This is a museum that provides an introduction to wood cultures around the world. The task was to create a place that enables visitors to experience a culture …

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Market Place Tower Seattle

Market Place Tower, Seattle – Architecture | Design | Construction

 Market Place Tower – Architecture & Design A 17-storey mixed-use architect building that is located near the north end of the historic Pike Place Market, Market Place Tower,Seattle provides one level of retail space, 12 floors of class A office space, parking for 200 cars, and on the top four floors, 35,000 square feet for …

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