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Stunning Seville, Spain

October 2, 2015

A stroll around stately Seville for its history, culture and lifestyle

For a true taste of southern Spain nothing beats Seville, one of Europe’s most romantic cities. Seville is the capital of Andalucía and is Spain’s fourth largest city. But, despite a bustling population of nearly 700,000, it still feels steeped in its past.

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Janet Laurence – Deep Breathing

October 16, 2015

Artist Janet Laurence - Deep Breathing , Resuscitation for the Reef

Australian artist, Janet Laurence is creating an immersive space representing a resuscitation unit for the Great Barrier Reef as part of the Artists for Climate Change during the COP21 talks in Paris this November.

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Szczecin Philharmonic Hall, Poland

October 16, 2015

The Great Symphonic Hall, Poland by Barozzi Veiga

This awe-inspiring, opulent building dictates the streets of Szczecin, in north-west Poland. The Great Symphonic Hall was designed by Barcelona-based architect, Barozzi Veiga and is built on the site of earlier auditorium that was destroyed during the Second World War.

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House Karkiainen, Espoo, Finland

October 16, 2015

Sanaksenaho Architects

A small family house planned around a sheltered triangular courtyard makes the most of a tight, rocky hillside site in Espoo, Finland. A deceptively simple profile belies the spaces within - calm, peaceful, warm and filled with natural light which spills in through the many windows and skylights.

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Braamcamp Freire High School, Portugal

October 16, 2015

Clever rejuvenation of institutional school architecture in Lisbon, Portugal

In the heart of historical neighbourhood Pontinha, on the edge of metropolitan Lisbon, Portugal-based studio CVDB Arquitectos have revitalised a high school with bold Corbusier-inspired flair.

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