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China Mobile Headquarters

Beijing / Leo A Daly


the exterior of the new north wing of the corning glass museum, designed by new york-based thomas phifer & partners, is composed of a white aluminum skin covered in glass fins that are interrupted by sections of vision glass, including a 150-foot-long window that overlooks the adjacent greenspace.

Corning Museum of Glass Expansion

Thomas Phifer has designed a new wing for the Corning Museum of Glass


 
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China Southern Airport City

Woods Bagot wins competition to design new Airport City in Guangzhou, China.


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École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Construction begins on Dominique Perrault Architecture's latest project in Lausanne, Switzerland


 

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