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Monday, September 17, 2012
ARCHIVE / 12 architects who changed the world
COLORFUL CHOICES—Architecture critics, average Joes and Janes, elected officials, historians all have opinions on what is great architecture. It only makes sense that a company that is in the business of color can offer its opinion of 12 architects of all time who changed the world. This blog today is the opinion from the folks at Colorcoat, a division of India-based Tata Industries (they also build the Jaguar motor car).
Here are 3 of 12. For all 12 go to Covercoat website posted at the end of the blog.
Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Niteroi, 2006 (Brazil)
Museum by Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer.
Casa Batllo, 1906, Barcelona, Spain by Antonio Gaudi
Turning Torso, 2005, Malmo, Sweden by Santiago Calatrava
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