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RIHA Journal 0203, Oržikauskas

Fig. 01

Haus-Rucker-Co, Nike Linz, 1977, mounted upon the Linz Art University building (photograph: Dromedar61, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nike_Linz_20161024.jpg)

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Fig. 02

Central police station of the 12th arrondissement, avenue Daumesnil 80, Paris, 1991, architects Manolo Nunez-Yanowski and Miriam Teitelbaum (photograph: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Commissariat_central_de_police_de_Paris_12e_arrondissement,_3_August_2014.jpg)

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Fig. 03

Hôtel Elysée Palace, Nice, France, 1988, architect Georges Margarita, sculptural decoration by Sacha Sosno (photograph: Валерий Дед, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2009-08-27_-_panoramio.jpg)

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Fig. 04

Tête Carrée: Bibliothèque municipale à vocation régionale, Nice, France, 1997, architects Francis Chapus and Yves Bayard, concept: Sacha Sosno (photograph provided by the author, 2011)

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Fig. 05

Mario Botta, (temporary) Pavilion for Francesco Borromini in Lake Lugano, 1999-2003 (photograph: LittleJoe, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:San_Carlo_alle_Quattro_Fontane_(Lugano).jpg)

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Fig. 06

William Barak apartment building in Melbourne, Australia, 2015, architectural bureau ARM Architecture (image: AnyaLee, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Elevation_for_the_William_Barak_Apartment_Complex_(Building_5),_ARM.jpg)

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Fig. 07

Daniel Libeskind, design for the K18 skyscraper in Vilnius, 2016–2018 (public display on the construction site, photograph provided by the author)

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Fig. 08

Mo Modern Art Museum, Vilnius, 2017–2018, architects: Studio Libeskind and Do Architects (photograph provided by the author)

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Fig. 09

Titanic Museum, Belfast, 2009–2012, architects CivicArts & Todd Architects (photograph: Wikimedia Commons)

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Fig. 10

Nomeda Urbonienė (b. 1968) and Gediminas Urbonas (b. 1966), The Swamp Pavilion, project for the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale (public presentation, photograph provided by the author)

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Fig. 11

Robert Bruno, Steel House, Ransom Canyon, Texas, 1974–2008 (photograph: Leaflet, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bruno_Steel_House_2018.jpg)

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Fig. 12

The Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan, 2007–2010, architect: Zaha Hadid Architects (photograph: Asif Masimov, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Heydar_Aliyev_Center_2.jpg)

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Harbin Opera House, China, 2015, architectural bureau: MAD Architects (photograph: Pressimad, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Harbin_Opera_House_.jpg)

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Fig. 14

Daniel Libeskind, The Life Electric sculpture at the shore of Lake Como, Italy, 2014–2015 (photograph provided by the author)

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