Klára Kuklínková

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Havneholmen Atrium Havneholmen Atrium is designed by Swedish Wingårdh Arkitektkontor, who also created the master plan for the area. Its two wings have glass fronts that open them to the water and the square. The seven-storey glass atrium serves as shared inner space with a large curved staircase. Viewed from Islands Brygge at night, it looks like a giant glowing DNA helix.

Havneholmen Atrium Havneholmen Atrium is designed by Swedish Wingårdh Arkitektkontor, who also created the master plan for the area. Its two wings have glass fronts that open them to the water and the square. The seven-storey glass atrium serves as shared inner space with a large curved staircase. Viewed from Islands Brygge at night, it looks like a giant glowing DNA helix.

Gallery of 2017 Pritzker Prize Winners RCR Arquitectes' Work in 20 Images - 6

Gallery of 2017 Pritzker Prize Winners RCR Arquitectes' Work in 20 Images - 6

Rakotz Bridge Germany Heed this warning: you may enter another realm upon crossing this bridge. That, or you’ll wake the rockbiter from The Neverending Story. Rakotz Bridge (“Devil’s Bridge”) in Kromlau, Germany, was built to create an optical illusion; regardless of the vantage point, it forms a perfect circle with its reflection in the waters of Lake Rakotzsee.

Rakotz Bridge Germany Heed this warning: you may enter another realm upon crossing this bridge. That, or you’ll wake the rockbiter from The Neverending Story. Rakotz Bridge (“Devil’s Bridge”) in Kromlau, Germany, was built to create an optical illusion; regardless of the vantage point, it forms a perfect circle with its reflection in the waters of Lake Rakotzsee.