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1. The Shard, London (2012)
For Londoners, the Shard is one of Piano’s most recognisable buildings. Reaching up 72 storeys above London Bridge, the mixed-use tower has been designed in response to its uses – with larger floor plates at the bottom for offices, restaurants and hotel in the centre, and private apartments and a viewing gallery to the top of the building where its form is narrowest.

It gets its name from the eight sloping glass “shards” which make up the building’s façade. The extra-white glass used gives the building a lightness and reflects the changing sky around it.

The building is an example of how a project can be a catalyst for change. Since the tower’s completion the redevelopment of London Bridge Station has recently opened, along with further regeneration in the area that continues to take place.

 

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  • As the Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed 70 Vestry nears completion in Tribeca, developer Related Companies has offered us a first look inside the über-pricey condo building, that will be the future home of Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen.

  • The first look comes in the form of a model residence at the 14-story building, which features interiors by Daniel Romauldez. Located on the fourth floor of the building, the apartment measures 2,445 square feet, and is currently on the market for $8.495 million.

  • The condo comes with three bedrooms, and three and a half bathrooms. One of the standout spaces in the apartment is the windowed, eat-in kitchen. It comes with a large marble kitchen island, and marble countertops, custom oak cabinetry designed by Romauldez, and a range of appliances by Miele including a steam oven and a built-in coffee/espresso machine.

  • The master bedroom here comes with two large walk-in closets, and all three bedrooms here have have ensuite bathrooms.

 

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3. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2015)
Sat between the Hudson River and New York’s High Line, Piano’s Whitney Museum of American Art was designed to bring the gallery, which had been scattered in various buildings after outgrowing its Marcel Breuer-designed Madison Avenue home, back together on one site.

More than 6,000m2 of gallery space is spread over nine floors while terraces cascade down the outside of the building, giving views out over the High Line and creating outdoor sculpture terraces.

Resembling a stack of blocks, the building responds to the industrial nature of the Meatpacking District where it sits, and at ground level a large cantilevered entrance transforms the area outside the building into a public space.

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4. The Menil Collection, Houston (1987)
Piano’s first building in the USA houses the art collection of Dominique and John de Menil. Alongside spaces designed to house their collection of ancient, African and surrealist modern art, the building also includes a picture frame workshop, a studio for restoration and study, and a winter garden.

The museum’s scale is domestic in proportion, reflecting the surrounding bungalows and it allows all art to be viewed in natural daylight though the development of ferro-cement louvres which sit beneath the glazed roof. In 1992 Piano returned to the project to build a separate pavilion dedicated to the work of Cy Twombly.

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6. Jérôme Seydoux Pathé Foundation, Paris (2014)
Dedicated to the promotion of cinematography, Piano’s headquarters for the Jérôme Seydoux Pathé Foundation, house the foundation’s offices and archives alongside exhibition spaces and a 70-seat screening room.

Nestled within an urban block in the centre of Paris, the building sits on the site of a mid-19th century theatre which was transformed into one of Paris’ first cinemas in the mid-1900s. While two buildings on the site were demolished, the facade on the Avenue des Gobelins, which features sculptures by Auguste Rodin, was restored and preserved. Behind it a new curved transparent building appears to float above the courtyard.

  • 8. Centro Botin, Santander (2017)

    Located in the Spanish city of Santander, the Centro Botín is a space for art, culture and education, and is Piano’s first building in Spain.

    The 10,000m2 project is split across two D-shaped blocks joined by an elevated glass and steel walkway that cantilevers out over the sea. The building is clad in more than 280,000 round ceramic tiles which reflect the sunlight and the sea.

7. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco (2008)
When it was completed more than a decade ago, Piano’s California Academy of Sciences, signalled a significant development in sustainable architecture. Designed to be the greenest museum in the world, the building received LEED Platinum (the highest green standard in the US) and featured many elements which contributed to its eco-credentials.

The 37,000m2 project, which includes exhibition space, research spaces, an aquarium and a planetarium, is designed as if a piece of park has been lifted up out of the ground. Its living roof undulates into a series of domes marking out the various spaces beneath, and contributing to the natural movement of air through the building.

5. Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre, Noumea (1998)
This project in Noumea - the capital of the Pacific Island cluster of New Caledonia – was conceived to recognise and celebrate Kanak culture. One of the main focuses was to combine the Kanak people’s building skills and deep ties with nature, with the use of modern materials such as glass, stone, aluminium and steel. Using traditional Kanak chiefs’ houses as inspiration, Piano created a monumental sequence of 10 shells which stretch out along the hillside varying in height from 20 – 30m. Connected by a footpath which creates a procession-like sequence, each hut serves a different function – from housing exhibition spaces and research areas to studios for music, dance painting and sculpture.

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