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" Architect Arthur Casas talks about his plans for the Brazilian pavilion at EXPO 2015. From the inheritance of Paulo Mendes da Rocha and Oscar Niemeyer to environmental policies, the architecture of Arthur Casas’ pavilion for EXPO 2015 abounds in symbols of today’s Brazil. "
" Dominique Coulon designed the new Regional Court and Industrial Tribunal of Montmorency in France: a building that fits perfectly into the urban fabric of Montmorency, north of Paris, while providing the town with a new landmark.
" Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti has designed a new Compact Karst House based on the traditional model of the rural karst home. In the village of Vrhovlje, Slovenia, stands a little house updating the historic style of karst houses: Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti’s Compact Karst House reconstructs the traditional façade with stones set in concrete.
" The three young architects of Spanish studio MX_SI have won the competition for expansion of Gosta Serlachius Museum in Finland. With the Gosta Serlachius Museum project, MX_SI focuses on and guides the context of the landscape, offering a central position to the old Joennimei Manor House where the museum was originally housed.
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