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A concrete colonnade surrounds the Museum of Modern Literature in Marbach am Neckar, Germany, designed by David Chipperfield.
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Winner of the 2007 Stirling Prize, the Museum of Modern Literature (Literaturmuseum der Moderne) stands on a sloping site overlooking the Neckar River.
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Museum of Modern Literature ground-floor plan.
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Museum of Modern Literature northwest-southeast section looking northeast.
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The Museum of Modern Literature has been likened to a modern-day Parthenon.
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The Barcelona City of Justice unified previously scattered government legal departments within a nine-building, 330,000-square-meter (3.5 million-square-foot) complex at the boundary between the Spanish cities of Barcelona and L'Hospitalet de Llobregat.
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For a corner infill lot in Berlin, David Chipperfield designed the modest art gallery Am Kupfergraben 10.
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The Am Kupfergraben 10 gallery building is clad in brick punctured by large window openings, with windows framed in natural-finish wood.
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The Empire Riverside Hotel is a 21-story hotel by Chipperfield in Hamburg, Germany.
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The stone-clad Liangzhu Museum houses archeological findings from China's Liangzhu culture. The museum was built on an island in a lake in the newly formed Liangzhu Cultural Village near Hangzhou, China.
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