Indeed, taking a photo of the Eiffel Tower at night for any reason other than personal use is, technically, a violation of French copyright law [...]. A daytime photo is fine—copyright on the structure itself has expired—but night time photos remain problematic because the light show is more recent than the tower itself.
Also illegal is taking a photo of the Atomium, Belgium’s most famous tourist attraction [...]. — qz.com
NATO is building a new headquarters for one billion euros. But the construction consortium is in financial difficulties and the project is at risk of being halted. — spiegel.de
Watch a 2008 video interview below with lead architect Jo Palma of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill discussing the ideas behind the design of the building. More European key projects in dire financial troubles: ECB Headquarters: Skyrocketing Costs for Skyscraper Project Starchitect Trio: The Men...
Three winners were selected for the 2013 International Gastronomic Center Brussels competition hosted by Arquideas. A total of 106 teams of architecture students around the globe submitted projects to create a gathering space for professional chefs and visitors to share ideas, experience, research, and to celebrate the appreciation of food. — bustler.net
The interplay between the new system and the courthouse spaces emphasizes the spaces volume and captures the spontaneity of a new architectural presence. The courtyards will be covered and will programmatically serve as contemporary exhibition spaces. — bustler.net
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