The Parisian skyline is dominated by only several tall structures, notably the Eiffel Tower and the Tour Montparnasse; however, by 2014 the cityscape will welcome a new addition in the fifteenth arrondissement. Dubbed le Project Triangle, or the Triangle Project, the eventual construction by architects Herzog & de Meuron will measure up to 180 meters tall...
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Tucked along the narrow and muted streets of the Marais is a lively hub where citizens drop by to enjoy cultural food and thought-provoking artistic offerings.
However, there are no croissants
or impressionists to be found; instead, you'll find doughy cinnamon buns and glossy photographs of Borås, Västergötland in western Sweden. Bienvenue
to the Centre Culturel Suédois or the Swedish Cultural Center...
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Renzo Piano's name sounds as harmonious and striking as his architectural works. The Italian
architect is perhaps best known for his design of the Centre Georges Pompidou, the unmistakable
cultural center in the heart of Paris, and thirty years after its construction, Piano uses similar
techniques in the new New York Times Building, but to a different end...
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