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Architecture Love Cards 2013

(As featured on ArchDaily, Architizer, Curbed, and Unbeige!)

Hi everybody

It’s the loveliest time of year again – and we wanted to offer a little token of our appreciation for your support.

For this Valentine’s day we’ve made a series of architecture love cards that you can share with your friends and close ones this season. These are just a few of the buildings from around the world that made us fall in love with architecture.

By clicking on a card you can share it instantly via your preferred social network or email with a custom message.

Metropol Parasol, Seville, by J Mayer H

LoveArch_JMH“[Its] character initiates a dynamic development…in the heart…and beyond.”
– Architects J Mayer H

Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, by Herzog and de Meuron with Arup

LoveArch_HdM“This area between inside and outside affords the opportunity to create a new kind place.”
– Architects Herzog and de Meuron

National Parliament of Bangladesh, Dhaka, by Louis Kahn

LoveArch_KHN_0“It was not belief, not design, not pattern, but the essence from which an institution could emerge…”
– Architect Louis Kahn

The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, by Moissief and Morrow

LoveArch_GGB_0“What has been thus played up in form should not be let down in color.”
– Consulting architect Irving Morrow

Castelvecchio Museum, Verona, renovated by Carlo Scarpa

LoveArch_KHN_0“If the architecture is any good, a person who looks and listens will feel its good effects without noticing.”
– Architect Carlo Scarpa

The Taj Mahal, Agra, by Ustad Ahmad Lahauri

LoveArch_TAJ“A teardrop on the cheek of time.”
– Poet Rabindranath Tagore

The Sendai Mediatheque, Sendai, by Toyo Ito

LoveArch_ITO“Architecture has to follow the diversity of society, and has to reflect that a simple square or cube cannot contain that diversity.”
– Architect Toyo Ito

The Eiffel Tower, Paris, by Gustave Eiffel

LoveArch_EIF

“Aren’t the genuine functions of strength always in keeping with unwritten conditions of harmony?”
– Engineer Gustave Eiffel

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