We continue to visit the most astonishing buildings around the globe and China is our destination this time. The reason why China has been chosen is The Pearl Tower, one of the architectural masterpieces due to its energy efficiency and leveraging of local resources.
We continue our journey through the most important architectural works worldwide and today we visit Bilbao where one can find the tallest “passiv haus” in the world.
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Arce Clima not only specializes in the design and implementation of all processes in electromechanical installations but also makes sure that the equipment has a correct operation over time. It also offers an integral maintenance service in order to prevent any incident which may arise in order to quickly solve any inefficiency or breakdown. It […]
As part of our journey through the most unique works of world architecture, today we go to L’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona), where an office building is built that has become a benchmark in sustainable building.
We continue to travel the world in order to find the most efficient architecture. Today’s edition takes us to Vietnam, and the Binh House.
The Reichstag, known also as the Busdestag (German Parliament, it is considered a meeting place with a very long history in which it has not always had crowd approval. Its construction finished in 1984, following a neorenaissance style. However, the building burnt down in 1933 due to an intentional fire which still remains anonymous nowadays. Also, during the Second World War it suffered really severe damages during the Battle of Berlin.