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To be fair, it depends on where you stand.
Iconic is a word often used these days, but that is what the gherkin truly is to London’s skyline.
One may argue I’m being a bit harsh, but of the thousands of buildings designed and proposed by architects each year, only a handful get it right.
Here in The Leadenhall Building, or Cheesegrater if your flippant, or TLB if you’re given to abbreviation, the architect Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (rsh-p), has produced Read more
La Grande Arche de la Défense, Paris, described by its Danish architectural designer Johan-Otto Von Spreckelsen (May 4, 1929—March 16, 1987), as a ‘window on to an uncertain future’, marks without closing, the access on which the Arc de Triomphe sits in the heart of Paris.