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Issue No.77

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Issue No.77

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OUTSTANDING LAND MARKS! The Taiyuan Museum of Art is defined by a curving, horizontal mass whose surfaces rise, fall and torque in response to the topography. The Heydar Aliyev Center establishes a continuous, fluid relationship between its surrounding plaza and the building’s interior, blurring conventional differentiation between architectural object and urban landscape, building envelope and urban plaza, figure and ground, interior and exterior. The exterior concrete structure of the Akiha Ward Cultural Center gently curves into a rising spiral, resembling terraced landscapes.

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