The Bernard Tschumi Architects' Saucer-Like School Design

By: Joanne Lam - Published: Jul 29, 2010   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: tschumi & fastcodesign
Resembling a space aircraft, this concept school designed by Bernard Tschumi Architects is an amazing piece of architecture.

As the winner of a design contest at Institut Le Rosey, this building was designed for their new center of performing arts. With a sleek and reflective stainless-steel exterior, its dome-like shape accommodates for numerous lecture halls and conference rooms while maintaining a contemporary outlook.

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