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Electric Tower, official souvenir mailing card, Gies & Co., lithographers, 1901. Pan-American Exposition.

1901 Pan Am Exposition Official Souvenir Mailing Card Electric Tower Expo stamp

The German Pavilion at the 1937 International Exhibition in Paris (colour litho)

The German Pavilion at the 1937 International Exhibition in Paris (colour litho)

The New York State Pavilion complex featured three tall observation towers and a colorful "Tent of Tomorrow" with the world's biggest suspension roof. 1964

New York State Pavilion at the 1964 NY World's Fair. (An official postcard)

New Zealand Pavilion World Expo 2010

The design for the NZ Pavilion had a challenging ambition and high implicit expectations: a physical representation of New Zealand's culture and identity, and a

Interesting use of black and white people in a colour rendering.  Competition-winning proposal for the Technical University Denmark by Christensen & Co. Architects

Gallery of Research and Educational Building for Technical University Denmark / Christensen & Co. Architects + Rørbæk & Møller architects - 3

Competition-winning proposal for the Technical University Denmark by Christensen & Co. Architects (Interesting use of black and white people in a colour rendering)

New Zealand Pavilion World Expo 2010

The design for the NZ Pavilion had a challenging ambition and high implicit expectations: a physical representation of New Zealand's culture and identity, and a

Kengo Kuma - Shizuoka International Garden

Shizuoka International Garden and Horticulture Exhibition 2004 - image: Kengo Kuma & Associates Creative use of Bamboo

Luxury Travel, The Aircruise, vertical airship, hydrogen

Future Transportation - The Aircruise Futuristic Vertical Airship Embarks A New Era In Luxury Travel

New Zealand Pavilion World Expo 2010

The design for the NZ Pavilion had a challenging ambition and high implicit expectations: a physical representation of New Zealand's culture and identity, and a

New Zealand Pavilion World Expo 2010

The design for the NZ Pavilion had a challenging ambition and high implicit expectations: a physical representation of New Zealand's culture and identity, and a

Harmonie Hall in Kobe, Oyabe, Japan | by Takenaka Corporation

Harmonie HallHuge clerestory windows reveal the exposed timber frame of this school sports hall in Kobe, Japan, by architecture firm Takenaka Corporation.

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MuCEM par Rudy Ricciotti

MuCEM Museum of European & Mediterranean Civilization in Marseilles by Rudi Riccioti Architects.

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