Errante Guest House
Errante Guest House is an experimental house in ,itoque, Chile. It was built by architect Casanueva Carrasco and was developed as part of the open city area of the architectural experiment. Construction began in 1981, which included masonry walls, parts and glazed walls, as well as floor decks of wood and zinc. Architectural components were thought to be capable of being part of autonomous and destroying parts and were rearranged as necessary. After the Chilean economy collapsed in 1982, the work on the constitution collapsed. Construction has been going on since 1998-2000, funding through the National Commission of Scientific and Technological Research. The purpose of the construction work was to help two areas of research - luminosity and the search of the wind. It uses fusion and lattice to detect the effects of wind and light energy on design and comfort.
The Museum of Play
National Museum of Play, formerly Strong National Museum of Play, is a Strong in Rochester, New York, part of the United States. Based on the personal collection of Margaret Woodbury Strong, founded in 1969 and early in Rochester, NY, this museum was opened to the public in 1982 after the development, cataloging and demonstration development of a new museum's new building in Downtown Rochester. After about fifteen years of opening it, the Museum's mission was HJ Swinney and William T. In the direction of Alderson, between 1830 and 1940, the average American was to interpret the social and cultural history. Mrs. Strong's dolls and toys collection, American and European decorative arts, prints, paintings, Japanese crafts and advertising, ephemera provided a solid foundation for this mission, and were donated and donated to support the early mission of the museum. The museum provides significant local and national publicity and support and significant financial support from the National Endowment for Humanities Exhibitions and Public Programs Division.
Jumeirah emirates towers Dubai
The Jumeirah Emirates Hotel Tower, also known as the Emirates Tower, is a 56-story hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The hotel consists of 40 luxury suites and is operated by the Jumeirah International Group. Two towers form the Emirate Towers Complex, linked to the 54-storey Emirates office tower by the retail boulevard. At the height of 309 meters, the Emirates Towers Hotel is small in two sister towers. It is the 48th tallest building in the world. It is the world's third-largest hotel. Construction ended on April 15, 2000.