American Memorial Buildings: Architecture
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Le Jardin d’Afrique, Zarzis, Tunisia
Le Jardin d’Afrique on Tunisia’s coast, a memorial to and graveyard for migrants who drowned crossing the Mediterranean, by artist Rachid Koraïchi: architectural components in a walled complex
National Holocaust Memorial in London
National Memorial, Australian Capital Territory
National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse design collaboration between architecture studios of SPRESSER and Peter Besley in Australian Capital Territory
World Memorial to the Pandemic, Uruguay
Cold War Veterans Memorial Wisconsin, USA
9/11 Pentagon Memorial Visitor Education Center
VEC companion visitor center to existing memorial remembering 184 lives lost during tragic events of September 11, 2001, when American Airlines Flight 77 was hijacked and crashed into Pentagon
9/11 Memorial Museum New York City
9/11 Memorial Museum building conceived as global focal point for presenting and preserving the history and memories of the events of 9/11, design by US architects Davis Brody Bond
Memorial at Harvey Milk Plaza
SWA Group selected to design inclusive memorial at Harvey Milk Plaza in San Francisco, USA, dedicated to visionary LGBTQ+ Civil Rights leader. Bathed in natural light, a wall of windows overlooks the zen-like garden
Bridge of Remembrance, Hobart, Tasmania
Bridge of Remembrance, Hobart, by Denton Corker Marshall Architects – award news: distinctive gateway commemorating the fallen, linking two of the city’s most significant public spaces
Australian War Memorial, London, UK
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, in collaboration with artist Janet Laurence, won the Australian War Memorial in London, project through a limited competition conducted by the Australian Government.
Australian War Memorial, Wellington, NZ
Designed by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Australian War Memorial, Wellington, is a ‘landform’ of red sandstone, forming an iconic and appropriate place of memory and reflection
Pilana Karbid Company Building Hulín, Zlín
Designed by Ellement Architects, Pilana Karbid Company Building manufacturing and administrative sustainable building for a rapidly growing family company.
Lety u Písku Holocaust Memorial, Czech Republic
Lety u Písku Holocaust Memorial Czech Republic, landscape and architectural competition to commemorate the Roma and Sinti Holocaust victims in Bohemia during World War Two.
Statue of Liberty Visitor Screening Center New York
Statue of Liberty Visitor Screening Center: the client wanted a building that didn’t compete with the Statue but complimented it. FXC utilized the vocabulary of materials that already existed on the Island for the screening facility.
The Tomáš Baťa Memorial Zlín, Design
Renovated by Petr Všetečka / TRANSAT architekti, the Tomáš Baťa Memorial building by František Lýdie Gahura is a monument of Zlín constructivism and the “Baťa architecture” phenomenon.
Marble Arch London Pride Illumination, Hyde Park
Marble Arch Illumination for London Pride, for the first time one of London’s most recognisable landmarks has been illuminated with the colours of the iconic rainbow flag in celebration of Pride in London 2019, which takes place on Saturday, 6 July.
Masekela Pavilion in Johannesburg Building
Sir David Adjaye Designs Memorial Pavilion In Honour Of Hugh Ramapolo Masekela’s 80th Birthday Commemoration – 04 April 1939 – 23 January 2018.