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The building's exterior—clad with pleated copper panels that allude to the shutters and clapboards of nearby plantations—might be the opposite of what you'd expect from your average football mecca, but it's the interior that really challenges expectations: A sinewy, flowing atrium, built from more than 1,000 hand-cast stone panels, emerges from the front door and creates a lush gateway for the individual galleries inside

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Gallery of Aníbal Building / Bernardes Arquitetura - 2

Completed in 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Images by Leonardo Finotti . The Aníbal Building is located in one of the densest and most upscale neighbourhoods of Rio de Janeiro, Ipanema. It houses the headquarters of three...

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Gallery of Aníbal Building / Bernardes Arquitetura - 3

Completed in 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Images by Leonardo Finotti . The Aníbal Building is located in one of the densest and most upscale neighbourhoods of Rio de Janeiro, Ipanema. It houses the headquarters of three...

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Gallery of The Lantern / Vo Trong Nghia Architects - 1

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Building the First Slavery Museum in America

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Hayes Plantation, near Edenton, North Carolina, considered by architectural scholars to be "one of the South's most accomplished examples of a five-part palladian villa," was designed by English-born architect, William Nichols, Sr., famous for his early Neoclassical-style buildings in the American. Construction of the house began in 1814, but was not completed until 1817. It belonged to Samuel Johnston (1733–1816), who served as Governor of North Carolina from 1787-1789. Photo: Kip Shaw

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Gallery of Synthon Laboratory Building / GH+A

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Hot List 2012: Best New Hotels - Photos

The Plantation. Gorgeous hotel transformed from four historical buildings saved from demolition in Phnom Penh in Cambodia.