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KAAN Architecten / photo Christian Richters

Image 5 of 15 from gallery of Netherlands Embassy / KAAN Architecten. Photograph by Christian Richters

British Embassy

Gallery of British Embassy / Tony Fretton Architects - 5

Embajada de Ecuador / Arquiteck & Asociados (Bogota, Colombia) #architecture

Embajada de Ecuador / Arquiteck & Asociados

Courtesy of Personeni Raffaele Schärer Architects

Swiss Embassy Competition Entry / Personeni Raffaele Schärer Architects

Image 5 of 9 from gallery of Swiss Embassy Competition Entry / Personeni Raffaele Schärer Architects. Courtesy of Personeni Raffaele Schärer Architects

British Embassy Warsaw / Tony Fretton Architects

British Embassy / Tony Fretton Architects

The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Berlin – Snøhetta

The Norwegian embassy constitutes an integral part of the Nordic embassy complex situated on the Tiergarten in the heart of Berlin. In a very limited amou.

Built by Zeidler Partnership Architects in Seoul, South Korea with date 2007. Images by K. Kwan. Koreans and Canadians share a reverence for nature. The design of the Canadian embassy aspires to express that common...

Embassy Of Canada In Korea / Zeidler Partnership Architects

American Embassy (1959), Chanakyapuri in central Delhi, architect: Edward D. Stone. (Photo: Madan Mahatta /PhotoInk)

Delhi Modern: The Architectural Photographs of Madan Mahatta American Embassy, 1959 Architect: Edward D.

British Embassy, Berlin - Architects; Michael Wilford & Partners, 1994-2000.

British Embassy, Berlin - Architects; Michael Wilford & Partners, 1994-2000.

Het terrein van de Nederlandse Ambassade bestaat uit vijf hectare bebost gebied dat steil oploopt in de richting van de stad. De opdracht was het situeren van vijf individuele gebouwen met respect voor de kwaliteit …

Image 10 of 18 from gallery of Embassy Ethiopia / Bjarne Mastenbroek and Dick Van Gameren. Photograph by Christian Richters

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the family house in mexico city is part of a third generation of architectural interventions in a residential neighborhood, created in the

Embassy of the Netherlands - Berlin, Germany. By Rem Koolhaas/OMA Photography Iwan Baan

Many areas of the city were destroyed by war leaving empty urban areas around the city. Koolhaas saw these empty areas as having a liberating potential: 'Where nothing exists, everything is possible.

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