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Fyrtårnet (The Lighthouse), Copenhagen (Photo: Jens Lindhe)
Denmark | COPENHAGEN
In 2004, Lundgaard & Tranberg felt that a 450 m2 floor in Jurassic limestone would be just the thing for Charlottehaven,…
Stone
L-Bank building (Photo: Nikolay Kazakov)
Germany | KARLSRUHE
With its bronze frames, storey-high walnut doors, a hall finished in olive wood and Kirchheimer shell limestone on the floors,…
Stone
Spain | SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
The headquarters of the SGAE (General Society of Authors and Publishers) in northern Spain, occupies a prominent site between…
Stone
Hungary | BUDAPEST
Stone is not the first material that comes to mind when you are designing a movable sunshade. Except perhaps in the case of a…
Stone
Croatia | DUBROVNIK
February 2009 saw the opening of an underground car park, with room for some 750 cars on four levels, topped by sports…
Stone
Germany | BERCHTESGADEN
A stone's throw away from the ruins of Berghof, Adolf Hitler's famous retreat near Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps, stands…
Interior, Stone
Norway | TAUTRA ISLAND
The new Cistercian convent on the island of Tautra (in the Trondheim Fjord) was designed from the inside out, starting with…
Stone, Wood
Belgium | ANTWERP
The restaurant chain De Burgerij now consists of five hamburger joints geared towards healthy eating (and allegedly serving…
Interior, Metal
Germany | KOCHEL AM SEE
The Franz Marc Museum, which stands in the shadow of the Bavarian Alps in a landscape of lakes, moors and rolling hills,…
Stone
Norway | OSLO
The most talked about feature of the new Oslo Opera House is its roof. The sloping, publicly accessible surface was an…
Stone
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