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Le quotidien des capitales © Baptiste de Ville d’Avray  seats pink repetition inspiration

Le quotidien des capitales © Baptiste de Ville d’Avray seats pink repetition inspiration

Eduardo Souto de Moura (b. 1952), Estádio Municipal, Braga, Portugal, 2003 (via nytimes)  “Eduardo Souto de Moura, a Portuguese  architect who has worked mainly in his native country, designing a major  soccer stadium and numerous private houses, has been awarded the 2011  Pritzker Prize, architecture’s highest honor. Mr. Souto de Moura, who lives and works in the northern Portuguese  city of Porto, is deeply respected in the field but is not as well known  internationally as many previous

Eduardo Souto de Moura (b. 1952), Estádio Municipal, Braga, Portugal, 2003 (via nytimes) “Eduardo Souto de Moura, a Portuguese architect who has worked mainly in his native country, designing a major soccer stadium and numerous private houses, has been awarded the 2011 Pritzker Prize, architecture’s highest honor. Mr. Souto de Moura, who lives and works in the northern Portuguese city of Porto, is deeply respected in the field but is not as well known internationally as many previous

The largest ever survey of David Adjaye's work opens in Munich | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

The largest ever survey of David Adjaye's work opens in Munich

The largest ever survey of David Adjaye's work opens in Munich | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

Hassell’s new headquarters for healthcare giant Medibank delivers a vibrant and health-centred workplace while being a hospitable neighbour to stadium-goers.

Hassell’s new headquarters for healthcare giant Medibank delivers a vibrant and health-centred workplace while being a hospitable neighbour to stadium-goers.

SDA, Synthesis Design+Architecture, cross-straight, cultural center, cultural facility, Fuzhou, China, Taiwan, architectural competition

SDA, Synthesis Design+Architecture, cross-straight, cultural center, cultural facility, Fuzhou, China, Taiwan, architectural competition

Human Rights Watch warns in their new report that the Qatar 2022 World Cup will exploit migrant workers who will be needed to build the nine massive stadiums and infrastructure to host the event.

Qatar 2022 World Cup will exploit migrant workers, says report

Human Rights Watch warns in their new report that the Qatar 2022 World Cup will exploit migrant workers who will be needed to build the nine massive stadiums and infrastructure to host the event.

Request your THIS PLACE MATTERS sign and you can help save the irreplaceable historic buildings, monuments, communities and landscapes.

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Request your THIS PLACE MATTERS sign and you can help save the irreplaceable historic buildings, monuments, communities and landscapes.

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