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The 14 best new buildings on the planet, according to architecture fans

The 14 best new buildings on the planet, according to architecture fans
February 15, 2016 10:30AMBy Business Insider

Winners of ArchDaily’s annual Building of the Year Awards

Architects continue to push boundaries with their designs. ArchDaily recently announced the winners of its annual Building of the Year Awards, determining 14 of the top buildings in categories that ranged from offices to religious structures.
Over 3,000 projects were submitted, with the winners including buildings that are incredibly beautiful, creative, or that provide valuable service to their community.
From a store that was turned into a skateboarder’s paradise to innovative structures in less developed parts of the world, here are 14 architectural gems from around the globe.
Cultural Architecture — Harbin Opera House, China
Architects: MAD Architects (credit: Hufton+Crow)

Religious Architecture — Ribbon Chapel, Japan
Architects: NAP Architects (credit: Koji Fujii, Nacasa Partners inc)

Interior Architecture — House of Vans London, United Kingdom
Architects: Tim Greatrex (credit: Tim Greatrex)

Hospitality Architecture — Cella Bar, Portugal
Architects: FCC Arquitectura, Paulo Lobo (credit: Fernando Guerra FG+SG)

Educational Architecture — School of Architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Architects: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter (credit: Åke Eson Lindman)

Offices — Intesa Sanpaolo Office Building, Italy
Architects: Renzo Piano Building Workshop (credit: Enrico Cano)

Sports Architecture — Matmut Atlantique Stadium, France
Architects: Herzog & de Meuron (credit: Iwan Baan)

Housing — The Great Wall of WA, Australia
Architects: Luigi Rosselli (credit: Edward Birch)

Industrial Architecture — Factory in the Earth, Malaysia
Architects: Ryuichi Ashizawa Architect & Associates (credit: Kaori Ichikawa)

Commercial Architecture — Miu Miu Aoyama Store, Japan
Architects: Herzog & de Meuron (credit: Nacasa Partners)

Public Architecture — Community Kitchen of Terras da Costa, Portugal
Architects: ateliermob, Colectivo Warehouse (credit: Fernando Guerra FG+SG)

Healthcare Architecture — Partners In Health Dormitory, Rwanda
Architects: Sharon Davis Design (credit: Bruce Engel)

Refurbishment — House in Guimarães, Portugal
Architects: Elisabete de Oliveira Saldanha (credit: Fernando Guerra FG+SG)

Houses— Vila Matilde House, Brazil
Architects: Terra e Tuma Arquitetos (credit: Pedro Kok)

Source: The Real Deal

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