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Gallery of Baroque Museum / Toyo Ito - 2

Gallery of Museo Internacional del Barroco / Toyo Ito & Associates - 11

Japan-based Toyo Ito & Associates designed the new Museo Internacional del Barroco in Mexico, an art museum situated on a UNESCO world heritage site.

Toyo Ito uses fluted concrete walls to define Baroque museum

Curls of white concrete and a water-filled courtyard surround this museum of Baroque art and culture in Mexico by Japanese architect Toyo Ito

Gallery of Museo Internacional del Barroco / Toyo Ito & Associates - 6

Gallery of Museo Internacional del Barroco / Toyo Ito & Associates - 6

Image 6 of 46 from gallery of Museo Internacional del Barroco / Toyo Ito & Associates. Photograph by Patrick Lopez Jaimes / Danstek

Curled white concrete walls and a water-filled courtyard frame this museum of Baroque art and culture in Puebla, Mexico, by Japanese architect Toyo Ito.

dezeen: Toyo Ito creates fluted walls of white concrete at Museo Internacional del Barroco

Toyo Ito, Museo Internacional del Barroco en la Ciudad de Puebla (MIB), Mexico.

The Architect Toyo Ito is already present at the scene to Mexican architectural project the international museum of the baroque in the city of Puebla (MIB).

Museo Internacional del Barroco,© Patrick Lopez Jaimes / Danstek

Galería de Museo Internacional del Barroco / Toyo Ito - 20

Image 20 of 46 from gallery of Museo Internacional del Barroco / Toyo Ito & Associates. Photograph by Patrick Lopez Jaimes / Danstek

Spanish architects Manuel Lillo and Emilio Vicedo have completed a bus station in the town of Santa Pola with a huge tapering metal roof .

Slender canopy shelters passengers at Santa Pola Bus Station

split level home staircase that doubles as theatre seating, as well as stretches through the window to create outdoor seating.

House Zochental par Liebel Architekten BDA

*modern architecture, stairs, entrances, lighting design* - Portland Street Duplex by MPR Design Group. Photo Credits:  Brett Boardman

Portland Street Duplex / MHNDU

*modern architecture, stairs, entrances, lighting design* - Portland Street Duplex by MPR Design Group. Photo Credits: Brett Boardman Outdoor storage looks great

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