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    Crystal Bridges Museum - Safdie in Arkansas

    Designed by Safdie Architects, the Crystal Bridges Museum is organized as a series of connected pavilions around a constructed pond. Although they vary in shape and size, the pavilions employ a common material and visual vocabulary. In this view, the main elevator tower and upper colonnade are visible in the background.
    Photo: Timothy Hursley

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