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The Architectural Review - 08.2009


The Architectural Review - August 2008

In this month’s AR Kieran Long looks at Alvaro Siza’s new pavilion at the Insel Hoimbroich Foundation, the latest addition to a modern art campus in an extraordinary post-military landscape in the Ruhr.
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Up in Anchorage, in remotest Alaska, David Chipperfield’s latest art museum has just opened and Brian Carter investigates how to make a distinguished new civic building in a harsh frontier town. Catherine Slessor visits Granada to see Alberto Campo Baeza’s new Andalusian Museum of Memory, a characteristically reductivist composition which duels with his earlier headquarters for the Caja Granada.
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And Rob Gregory reports from Noosa Head in Queensland (a place nicknamed ‘the land of the long weekend’) on a funky tourist centre by Bark Design. Plus a modern rustic church in Poland, a Indian house with balls (literally) and how Japanese practice SANAA designed and built this year’s show stopping Serpentine Pavilion.

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