Norman Foster - London City Hall Beautiful to look at. #creative #design #architecture

노먼 포스터 : 런던 템즈강 남쪽 타워 브리지 근처 Norman Foster : London City Hall The headquarters of the Greater London Authority (GLA) located in Southwark, on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge

30 ST MARY AXE ['THE GHERKIN'] | ST MARY AXE | CITY OF LONDON | LONDON | ENGLAND: *Built: 2001-2003; Official Opening: 28 April 2004; Architect: Sir Norman Foster; Height: 591ft (180m); 41-Storeys*

Stunners in the sky: London's top 10 towers

Millau Viaduct by Norman Foster architect, at Millau, Tarn Valley, France

Millau Viaduct by Norman Foster architect, at Millau, Tarn Valley, France Exceptional site

Hearst Tower | Architect: Foster + Partners | Location: Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA | Photographs: Chuck Choi

Flashback: Hearst Tower / Foster + Partners

Architect: Foster and Partners Location: Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA Project Design: Norman Foster Structural Engineer: WSP Cantour.

Image by ArchiCG of 30 St Mary Axe, known as the London Gherkin. was designed by Norman Foster and Arup engineers,[5] and was erected by Skanska in 2001–2003.[1]  The building has become an iconic symbol of London and is one of the city’s most widely recognised examples of modern architecture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/30_St_Mary_Axe

Image by ArchiCG of 30 St Mary Axe, known as the London Gherkin. was designed by Norman Foster and Arup engineers,

Berlin - Le Reichstag de Norman Foster - LANKAART

Berlin - Le Reichstag de Norman Foster

Berlin - Le Reichstag de Norman Foster - LANKAART

Foster + Partners has released photographs of its new Apple store in China.

Foster + Partners completes Apple store in Hangzhou, China

Norman Foster, Daniel Libeskind, and More Create Modern Architecture with Adaptive Reuse Photos | Architectural Digest

Norman Foster, Daniel Libeskind, and More Breathe New Life Into 10 Old Structures

Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain. Built between 1721 and 1729 by Franciscan priests the church was long abandoned and its convent.

Vine art: Foster’s Château Margaux extension blends vintage with modern | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

Vine art: Foster’s Château Margaux extension blends vintage with modern

One day during the Bordeaux grape harvest five years ago, Lord Norman Foster showed up for lunch at Château Margaux. Mutual friends had introduced one of the world’s greatest architects to one of the world’s finest winemakers, and this autumnal meal in.

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