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Umbracle 2004

Description: The sculptural group consists of several pieces of parallel metal bars inside which are blue, green or purple slats. They appear to undulate in the wind. They are permanently installed near the Forum Building and Plaza by Herzog and de Meuron architectural firm.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Capdeferro, Elisabeth & Boschl, Ramon

Dress

Description: Dress of black cashmere jersey and light blue silk zibeline. The black cashmere jersey bodice is halter style, backless, with single button at nape of neck and attached sash ties in back at natural waistline to tie at front. The full-length skirt is of blue silk zibeline, A-line, with black floral raffia embroidery at hem and up side seams in triangular panels. The embroidery is accented with black hand-beading and crystal bead clusters. Skirt with center back hidden zipper in light blue. The skirt is lined in light blue, and the halter-top is lined in a black wool(?) jersey.
Date: 2004
Creator: Faircloth, Michael

CE 04-6

Description: This predominately blue oil painting contains many parallel wavy vertical black lines, a few red and yellow vertical lines as well with horizontal linear texture.
Date: 2004
Creator: Falsetta, Vincent

CG 04-8

Description: This predominately white painting also includes vertical multi-colored parallel wavy lines with linear texture. In this photograph of the painting, the studio floor of the artist is visible.
Date: 2004
Creator: Falsetta, Vincent

Forum Building and Plaza

Description: A close view of the decorative metal cladding of one of the pillars is shown in this view. The texture consists of shiny area punctuated with pierced areas.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
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Forum Building and Plaza

Description: A close detail of the exterior facade looking straight skyward shows how breaks in the surface of the triangular building are created to include windows which allows natural light into the interior space.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
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Forum Building and Plaza

Description: A very close detail of the exterior of the building shows the textured blue concrete and a large vertical angular break in the surface of the facade shows a window inserted in the fissure.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
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Forum Building and Plaza

Description: A close view of the exterior shows the textured blue concrete and the glass windows. The raking angle shows one side of the triangular building.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
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Forum Building and Plaza

Description: The interior of the exhibition hall is shown in this view which includes one of the main support pillars. The decorative metal texture of the pillar is shown in this view as well.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
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Forum Building and Plaza

Description: The view is of the stairs leading down to the auditorium. The upper level which consists of the exhibition hall is supported by the pillars.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron

Forum Building and Plaza

Description: The view is of one side of the triangular shaped and elevated building. The sliver shapes are windows. The pillars underneath and some space is also visible.
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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
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Evelina Children's Hospital

Description: The interior of the children's hospital includes a vaulted glass ceiling and a bright red elevator from the lobby to the fourth floor. A cafeteria is on the ground, so-called beach level, floor.
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Date: 2004/2005
Creator: Michael Hopkins and Partners
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