Why do today's "starchitects" insist on either frying people with inappropriately placed "mirrored" steel, or making them feel small and insignificant while experiencing the building or public space created by the architect? I just don't get it. Federation Square, Melbourne Architecture Studios, Wonder Places, Organic Design, Modern Architecture, Labs Architecture, Melbourne Architecture, Architecture Marvel, Federer Squares, Architecture Design
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Norman Foster, "Reichstag Dome", 1999, a glass dome constructed on top of the rebuilt Reichstag building, symbolizing the reunification of Germany. A mirrored cone in the center of the dome directs sunlight into the building, so that visitors can see the working of the chamber, Berlin, Germany.