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Complex smiling buildings in Germany The Happy Rizzi House is an office complex in Braunschweig (Germany), designed by architect Konrad Kloster and built in 2001. The complex consists of nine interconnected buildings, decorated in a unique way by American artist James Rizzi . The most common element on facades smile, hence the name - The Happy Rizzi House. The facades may encounter and clouds, patches, hearts and butterflies that extra cheer passersby.

Complex smiling buildings in Germany The Happy Rizzi House is an office complex in Braunschweig (Germany), designed by architect Konrad Kloster and built in 2001. The complex consists of nine interconnected buildings, decorated in a unique way by American artist James Rizzi . The most common element on facades smile, hence the name - The Happy Rizzi House. The facades may encounter and clouds, patches, hearts and butterflies that extra cheer passersby.

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Mirror House by MLRP. Great project at Copenhagen Central Park by Danish-American based architects MLRP. The reflective pavilion was created as part of the new Interactive Playground Project in Copenhagen.

The beautiful city of Braunfels in Hesse, Germany

The Castle of Braunfels is a beautiful medieval castle in the German state of Hesse, which is considered the counterpart to Neuschwanstein in Bavaria.

Cube House, Netherlands

Kubuswoningen, or cube houses, are a set of innovative houses built in Rotterdam and Helmond in The Netherlands, designed by architect Piet Blom

Business Park Airport Hotel by Petersen Architekten (640×960)

Loving the linear colour - Business Park Airport Hotel, Berlin 2012

round windows in Beruit - photo by serjios

Beirut building with circular openings in facade - this is fabulous on every level, the architecture, the colours and the photography. I love it, it shouts which is when Beirut was in it's heyday.

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