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The design of the Penang Global City Center (PGCC) was unveiled on September 2007 in Penang, Malaysia in a ceremony conducted by Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. Asymptote’s design for the PGCC comprises two iconic, sixty-story to

penang global city center

The design of the Penang Global City Center (PGCC) was unveiled on September 2007 in Penang, Malaysia in a ceremony conducted by Malaysian Prime Minister.

Penang Global City Center | Asymptote Architecture

Penang Global City Center | Asymptote Architecture

Proposed Penang Global city Centre by Asymptote: Hani Rashid + Lise Anne Couture (Project cancelled in 2007)

Penang Global City Center (Malaysia) includes 2 sixty-story towers housing condos and a hotel, a performing arts center, high-end retail and entertainment complex, an observatory and a convention center

Harbin Cultural Centre by MAD

Harbin Cultural Centre by MAD

Image 21 of 34 from gallery of Harbin Cultural Center / MAD Architects. Photograph by MAD Architects

what a home

+House is a summer housing project designed by WE Architecture located in Puerto Cayo, Equador.

Cerro Pelon Ranch, Galisteo, Santa Fe New Mexico | Tadao Ando | Image © Guido Mocafico

The Tom Ford Ranch. In the arid lands of Santa Fe, in New Mexico, is this almost acre ranch designed by Tadao Ando for Tom Ford.

World of Architecture: Impressive Fangda Business Headquarters

Fangda Business Headquarters is competition winning design and one of the best modern architecture business complexes I've seen so far.

The CCTV Headquarters is a skyscraper in the Beijing Central Business District. The building is the headquarters of China Central Television. Groundbreaking took place on September 22, 2004 and the building’s facade was completed in Jun 2008. Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren of OMA were the architects in charge for the building, while Arup provided the complex engineering design. It stands at 234 meters (768 ft) tall and has 54 floors.

The new headquarters of China Central Television (CCTV) is an iconic anti-skyscraper that, along with other masterpiece designs delivered in time for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, has changed the architectural image of China's capital city.

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