Looks like folks all over the world have been busy! First up, Kabul, Afghanistan.
The University of Kabul was founded in 1931, opened in 1932 and formally established in 1947. In the 1950s and 60s the university was one of the finest institutions of its kind in Asia, the intellectual heart of the country and the pride of Afghanistan.
Ruined Office Building, Kabul
This former governmental building is located at Darul Aman, close to the famous Darul Aman Palace, from where Afghan kings used to rule the country. A decent touch of former noblesse still catches the viewer, when standing in front. Yet, the appearance of this ruin is a tragic reminder of the extended and fierce fighting in Kabul.
Residential Solitaire, Kabul
Modern living quarter designed as a solitaire and located near to Kabul University.
Ruined Building, Kabul
This building is another tragic reminder of the war in Kabul. This ruin is part of the complex of the former king´s residence in Darul Aman.
Europeans have been hard at work also!
Ateneum is an art museum in the center of Helsinki. The building is designed by Theodor Höijer and it was completed in 1887.
Helsinki Central railway station
Helsinki's first railway station, built in 1860, was replaced with this jugend style building, designed by Eliel Saarinen. Construction started in 1904 and the whole structure was finished in 1919. In 1960 underground shopping mall called "the Tunnel" was constructed under the stations main hall and surrounding square. On 2nd of August 1982 Helsinki's undergound train, called "Metro" started between Cenrtal railway station and Itäkeskus (The East Centrum). In the year 2000 the central platform area was covered with a glass roof, that had been already in Eliel Saarinen's original designs. The station has 19 tracks and about 200 000 passengers travel through the station every day.
Holden Point, Stratford, London
Holden Point in Stratford, London was constructed in 1969, has 22 floors and stands 64 meters tall. It's rooftop observation platform offers stunning views to the London 2012 Olympics site.
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Estação Pinacoteca - modelo 1.2
Now, back to North America.
Dolphin Point 255
City Place is the tallest building in Hartford, and in all of Connecticut. Construction was completed in 1984. For more information see the Emporis page below.
Conde Nast Building
Also known as 4 Times Square, it was the first ever green building to be built.
Hullmark Centre is a proposed mixed-use high-rise redevelopment of Willowdale Shopping Plaza at the southeast corner of Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue in Toronto's North York Centre. Designed by Kirkor Architects.