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After being destroyed by fire and laying in ruins for 60 years, the Reichstag became a symbol of the new democracy in the 1990s with Norman Foster's renovation. Image © Flickr CC User Werner Kunz
Cardboard Cathedral. Image © Stephen Goodenough
Oscar Niemeyer and Lord Norman Foster in 2011. "He was in wonderful spirits—charming and, notwithstanding his 104 years, his youthful energy and creativity were inspirational.". Image © Foster + Partners
Members of the RoboticFOAMing group release a foam column stretched into shape by three robots. Photo courtesy of Bentley
Visualization of Masdar City © Foster + Partners
Courtesy of blog.rhino3d.com - ROB/Arch Workshop, Rotterdam
Image via Flickr User CC Gilderic Photography
Quinta Monroy development after occupation. © Cristobal Palma
© “Beauty is nothing other than the promise of happiness.” –Stendhal. Steilneset Memorial by Peter Zumthor and Louise Bourgeos. Photograph by Andrew Meredith.
© Tulane Public Relations
Courtesy of CLOG
McAuliffe Elementary School: Concord, NH / HMFH Architects; Photographs: © 2012 Ed Wonsek
© Paul Warchol
Ruins in Angkor, Wat. Photo "Cambodia" via Flickr CC User Macorig Paolo
The Shard, Renzo Piano.
The Torre de David Café by Urban Think Tank + Justin McGuirk + Iwan Baan. According to Kimmelman, the Biennale's "coup de théâtre." According to Quirk, a flawed and yet important exhibit. Photo © Nico Saieh.
The Corderie at the Arsenale © ArchDaily