Metropol Parasol, Seville, Spain
Jurgen Mayer H. Architects‘ spectacular Metropol Parasol was crowned the world’s largest wooden structure when it opened just last year in Seville, Spain.
The High Line and Standard Hotel, New York City
The Standard Hotel in New York is much more than a place to rest your head at night. The gorgeous glass structure straddles the innovative High Line Park that has recently undergone a magnificent transformation.
Architectural Look-Out Points, Various Locations, Norway
The untouched beauty of Norway’s natural fjords, mountain landscapes, and aurora borealis were the inspiration for a series of look-out points commissioned for $377 million by the Norwegian government.
Habitat 67, Montreal
Montreal’s Habitat 67 may be private property, but the pixelated housing project is still a sight to behold. Not only is this dynamic structure visually interesting, but it also has historic architectural significance.
Modern European Churches, Various Locations, Iceland
The modern design and clean geometric lines that make up many of Iceland’s churches are a vast departure from the traditional styles seen in most of the other “cathedrals” found throughout the continent.