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British architecture alights in Eastern Europe

Photos of two new, adventurous projects crossed the newsdesk this week.  The largest building in the world, Norman Foster’s Crystal Island, a mini-arcology in weather-challenged Moscow and Jan Kaplicky’s gelatinous proposal for the new National Library in Prague, Czech Republic. Architecture is getting interesting.

also by Bill Davenport
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