National architects union headquarters
There are a variety of Romanian architecture, including medieval architecture, modern-day architecture, interwar architecture, communist architecture and contemporary 21st century architecture. In Romania, there are regional differences in terms of architectural styles. During the middle Ages in Romania, there were two types of constructions that were developed in parallel and separate in both the contents and the technology. The first popular architecture, the most spectacular achievement of which is the wooden churches, especially in the villages of Maramures, Banat and Apuseni, where tradition is still practiced today. The 54-meter tall church tower built during 1721-1724, in Maramures in Surdeşti village, is the highest in Europe. Secondly, there are mainly confounds, as well as statewide seats or boyar mansions. Unfortunately, most of the old buildings were destroyed by time, wars, earthquakes and fire.
The Cube House is a group of innovative homes built in Rotterdam and Helmand in the Netherlands, which is designed by architect Piet Blom and is based on the idea of "Living as a Living Room": High density accommodation, with enough space on the ground level, its main purpose is to place space within Optimized. Blom covered a 45-degree cube of a traditional home, and rested it on a hexagonal shaped pylon. Its design represents a village within the city, where each house represents a tree, and all the houses forest together. The central idea of Cub House around the world is mainly optimizing for better delivery of space, inside the house, indoor rooms. The first three production versions were built in 1974, and in 1977, 18 buildings were built in Helmand. Many of the homes needed for the woonwoud could never understand. Rotterdam's homes were designed in 1977 in the 55's plan, 39 of which were made. Cube houses in Helmand surrounded the Theater 't Speelhuis, which was destroyed by a large fire on December 29, 2011.
Nord LB building
Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale is Germany's Landesbank and is one of the largest commercial banks in Germany. It is a public corporation that has the federal states of Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt and its head offices in Hanover and Braunschweig and Magdeburg branches. Nord / LB were established in 1765 as a Braunschweigische state bank. Under the current name, the bank started its business on July 1, 1970. Key areas of Nord / LB specialty are Investment Banking, Agriculture and Real Estate Banking, Corporate Finance, Ship and Aircraft Financing and Private Banking. Nord / LB manage branch offices in all major financial and commercial centers, including London, Singapore and New York City. Today, Nord / LB are Germany's largest bank for national and international issues. In 1992, a new state treaty signed between Lower Saxony Federal states, Saxony-Anhalt and Mecklenburg Western-Pomerania, was signed so that Nord / LB; Nord / LB becomes the first landbank owned by three German Federal states. Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania sold its stake in Nord / LB in July 2005.