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  • Germany Pavilion in Shanghai Expo

    The 6,000-square-meter Germany Pavilion, named "Balancity," will showcase typical urban life
    in Germany and introduce how the country's products help solve urbanization problems. The German government invested 30 million euros (US$47.34 million) in the pavilion, said Dietmar Schmitz, commissioner general of the German Section in the Expo. Some German companies will also contribute.

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  • Yantai University Gymnasium

    Yantai University Gymnasium is a majestically engineered, multi-functional facility. To support the super arches, massive concrete footing platforms were designed. These concrete footings required detailed analysis in accordance with the specific conditions of the construction site to formulate a practical construction plan.

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    Yantai Qingquan Architecture Building Material

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  • Foshan Lingnan Mingzhu Stadium

    The dome structure of the main stadium was designed to be a both architectural and engineering marvel. Arched members are precisely arranged to create ringed assemblies which ascend to form the dome structure. These arched members are also configured to support the central and lateral pillars of the oblique structures. The dome is inherently stable against wind or seismic loads.

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    Mitsuru Senda Environment Design Institute

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  • Grand National Theater

    The National Centre for the Performing Arts, colloquially described as “The Egg,” is an iconic opera house located in Beijing, China. The theater sits in the center of a mirror-like, artificial lake and is encased with a titanium accented glass dome. This simple design captures a breathtaking awe which can be immediately recognized worldwide.

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    Paul Andreu

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  • Maritime Museum

    The architectural design exhibits an exterior that is both simple and dramatic, drawing on the dynamic quality of navigation. The design also serves to integrate artistic, cultural and environmental elements within the overall theme of navigation. High tech elements are incorporated including DLP projection systems, infrared sensors, acoustic control and water curtain technology to merge dramatic, artistic and environmental displays. The museum’s interior design captures the long heritage of the nation’s maritime past.

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    GMP Hamburg

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  • Erdos Museum

    Located in a fast-developing city, Erdos Museum is a natural, irregular nucleus that contrasts the growing city landscape. Encircled by reflective metal louvers, this unique design completely separates the interior setting from the outside. From the exterior, the louvers create an artistic, fragmented reflection of the museum’s environment.

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    MAD

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