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'The Etruscans' at the Palazzo Grassi, Venice: the light well illuminating the central atrium with the reclining 'Broken Figure' by Henry Moore

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Moore, Henry (1898-1986)
NOTES: Palazzo Grassi was built between 1748 and 1772 and its design is attributed to Giorgio Massari. It was purchased by the Fiat group in 1983 and was restored and transformed into an exhibition space by Gae Aulenti in association with Antonio Foscari. It was further renovated in 2005 by Tadao Ando when it was bought by the entrepreneur Francois Pinnault. This exhibition, designed by Francesco Venezia, brought together over 700 Etruscan items from around the world and extended throughout all 36 galleries of the Venetian palazzo.

Central Park office tower, St George's Terrace, Perth, Western Australia

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Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland
NOTES: Central Park was designed by Forbes & Fitzhardinge and was completed in 1992. Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland were responsible for the interior design of the central lobby.

Central Park office tower, St George's Terrace, Perth, Western Australia: the atrium

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Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland
NOTES: Central Park was designed by Forbes & Fitzhardinge and was completed in 1992. Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland were responsible for the interior design of the central lobby.

201 Bishopsgate, Broadgate, City of London: the atrium

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Skidmore Owings & Merrill
NOTES: 201 Bishopsgate, a 13-storey horizontal structure, is joined to the 35-storey Broadgate Tower by an atrium.

Marshall Field Company Store (now Macy's on State Street), 101-149 North State Street, Chicago: the escalators of the central atrium with the cast-iron reproduction fountain in the foreground

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HTI/Space Design International
NOTES: This department store, designed by D. H. Burnham & Company in 1892 for Marshall Field, was renovated in 1991 by HTI/Space Design International. The 11-storey central atrium with panoramic escalators and the reproduction Beaux-Arts cast-iron fountain (a recreation of Daniel Burnham's original design for the store) were added during this renovation.

MyZeil shopping centre, Palais Quartier, Frankfurt am Main: close-up of the curved glass roof from an upper level of the atrium

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Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
NOTES: This six storey shopping centre is enclosed in a glass skin and is a leading example of the architectural trend known as 'Dynamism' in Germany.

MyZeil shopping centre, Palais Quartier, Frankfurt am Main: close-up of the curved glass roof emerging from the centre of the atrium

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Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
NOTES: This six storey shopping centre is enclosed in a glass skin and is a leading example of the architectural trend known as 'Dynamism' in Germany.

MyZeil shopping centre, Palais Quartier, Frankfurt am Main: the continuous escalator connecting the six floors seen from an upper level of the atrium

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Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
NOTES: This six storey shopping centre is enclosed in a glass skin and is a leading example of the architectural trend known as 'Dynamism' in Germany.

MyZeil shopping centre, Palais Quartier, Frankfurt am Main: the continuous escalator cutting through the atrium

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Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
NOTES: This six storey shopping centre is enclosed in a glass skin and is a leading example of the architectural trend known as 'Dynamism' in Germany.

MyZeil shopping centre, Palais Quartier, Frankfurt am Main

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Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
NOTES: This six storey shopping centre is enclosed in a glass skin and is a leading example of the architectural trend known as 'Dynamism' in Germany.
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