Most iconic auditorium Concert building and State Department headquarters

Oct 16, 2019

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State Department for Traffic

A building in Georgia's Basilica is the headquarters of Georgia. Designed for the construction of the Georgian SSR's Highway Construction Ministry, architects were designed by Georg George Chakhava and Zurab Jalaghania and completed in 1975. Engineer Temur Tkhilava was pissed. The 18-building building was acquired by Bank of Georgia in 2007. George Chakhava was Deputy Minister of Highways Construction in Georgia's 1970s. Therefore, he was both the client and chief architect of this project. She can choose the right place site for her own design. The building costs were 6 million rubles. It was completed in 1975. In 2007, the building was acquired by the Bank of Georgia. In that same year it was given status of an estuary monument under the National Monuments Act. In 2009, the renewal and expansion of 15,600m2 was planned but it was not implemented. In July 2010 the building was the site of contemporary art exhibition, "Frozen Moments Architecture Speaks Back". Frozen Moments was a project organized by the Other Space Foundation and the Laura Palmer Foundation. The building was started for a week of cross-platform installations, exhibitions, negotiations and activities that address the building and is a star of political, economic, aesthetic, and architectural associations. This project was funded by Polish Ministry Culture, Warsaw City and EC Culture Program.

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Tenerife Concert Hall

Auditoria de Tenerife "Adan Martin" is an auditorium in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands and Spain. Designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, it is located in the Canadian capital on the Avenue of the Constitution and on the Atlantic Ocean in the southern part of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Construction began in 1997 and was completed in 2003. The auditorium was inaugurated on September 26 in the presence of Prince Felipe de Borbon, Asturias, and later on in the U.S. Visited by President Bill Clinton. This building has been built in the modern architectural principles at the end of the late 20th century. The magnificent profile of the auditorium has become an architectural symbol of the island of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the island of Tenerife and the Canary Islands. It is also known as a beautiful modern building in the Canary Islands and is one of the most iconic buildings in Spanish architecture. In March 2008, it was included by the post office in a group of six stamps featuring the most symbolic works of the Spanish architecture.

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Montreal Biosphere

Biosphere is an environmentally dedicated museum. It is located in Parc Jean-Drapeau on the Saint Helen Island in the former Pavilion of the United States for expo 67 in the 1967 World's Fair, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The museum's Geodic Dome was designed by Buckminster Fuller. The architect of this geodesic dome was Buckminster Fuller. The building originally produces a closed structure of steel and acrylic cells, 76 meters in diameter and 62 meters in height. It is class 1, 32-frequency, double-level dome, in which the inner and outer layers are connected to the thickness of the struts.