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Why BIG's Fearless Architecture Should Be Awarded and Celebrated | ArchDaily

Why BIG's Fearless Architecture Should Be Awarded and Celebrated

BIG’s VIA 57 West Wins the 2016 International Highrise Award,© Kirsten Bucher

Piramideachtige wolkenkrabber wint Internationalen Hochhauspreis 2016

Piramideachtige wolkenkrabber wint Internationalen Hochhauspreis 2016

Gallery of Why BIG's Fearless Architecture Should Be Awarded and Celebrated - 10

Gallery of Why BIG's Fearless Architecture Should Be Awarded and Celebrated - 10

Image 10 of 13 from gallery of Why BIG& Fearless Architecture Should Be Awarded and Celebrated. Photograph by Kirsten Bucher

Herzog & de Meuron Wins Bid to Design Nature-Infused Hospital in Denmark | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Herzog & de Meuron Wins Bid to Design Nature-Infused Hospital in Denmark

Herzog & de Meuron Wins Bid to Design Nature-Infused Hospital in Denmark | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Courtesy of Rojkind Arquitectos, © Jaime Navarro

Falcon Headquarters 2 / Rojkind Arquitectos + Gabriela Etchegaray

Image 13 of 29 from gallery of Falcon Headquarters 2 / Rojkind Arquitectos + Gabriela Etchegaray. Photograph by Rojkind Arquitectos, © Jaime Navarro

a f a s i a: Herzog & de Meuron

Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron have won an international competition to design the New North Zealand Hospital (Nyt Hospital Nordsjælland), one of Denmark's largest hospitals. Their design proposal, which was created in collaboration with Vilhelm F

Gallery of Pars Hospital / New Wave Architecture - 30

Gallery of Pars Hospital / New Wave Architecture - 30

Hospital Architecture, Architecture Board, School Architecture, Drawing Architecture, Hospital Design, Childrens Hospital, Hospitals, Healthcare Design, Cultural Center

Herzog & de Meuron, Kinderspital Zurich, © Herzog & de Meuron

Image 4 of 4 from gallery of Children’s Hospital Zürich / Herzog & de Meuron. Entry Courtyard of the Centre for Teaching and Research © Herzog & de Meuron

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