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Alaskan Architecture Walking Tours
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post updated Feb 29, 2020
Alaskan Architecture Tours
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Alaska is located in the far northwest of the United states of America, on the west side of Canada.
Famous architects with buildings in Alaska include David Chipperfield. The key recent building is the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center ny the British architect David Chipperfield. It is desiged in his typically sleek style, simple and rectilinear.
Alaskan Walking Tours
Alaska Architecture Tours can focus on contemporary buildings, older buildings, or a mix of both. The Alaskan Architecture Walking Tours can be an introduction to the most significant buildings in the country or it can focus on areas of special architectural interest to your group. The country is in the far north so it might be worth considering travel in the summer months.
Alaska Walking Tours
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Other than Alaska, e-architect organise architecture walking tours in other North American cities such as Vancouver, San Francisco, New York, Montreal and Boston.
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Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
Design: David Chipperfield Architects
The organisation of the new building is based on five linear volumes of varying length and height arranged along the western face of the existing building.
The Common is a new public space for downtown Anchorage. The public realm was designed by Charles Anderson Landscape Architects and includes a new 24 foot tall sculpture by Antony Gormle:
‘Habitat’ – design by Antony Gormley
House for a Musher
Architects: mayer sattler-smith
House for a musher is situated on a 20 acre plot at the edge of a small town surrounded by small lakes and meadows. The site is on a hill, left behind by the forces of the glacial moraine landscape.
Snow Words, Anchorage
Design: Balmond Studio
photo © Alex Fradkin, courtesy of Balmond Studio
Snow Words Anchorage Architecture
‘Snow Words’ is an abstract time piece embodying a code, an installation designed by Cecil Balmond. The secret to the artwork is based on repeat motifs that in turn are spaced out in an aperiodic sequence. Cecil was selected as the winning artist to create an artwork for the Crime Detection Laboratory in Anchorage.
Living Aleutian Home Design Competition : Alaskan Building Contest
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