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Belvedere 21, Wien

Contemporary art, film, music and events in the modern pavilion: Belvedere 21 is now a lively art space and meeting place in Vienna's urban future area. The building is considered an architectural icon of post-war modernism.

It was originally planned by Viennese architect Karl Schwanzer as the Austria Pavilion for the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels, where it was awarded the Grand Prix d'Architecture. With its clear forms, glass halls and new building materials, the pavilion was regarded at the time as a prime example of modern architecture.

prime example of modern architecture.

 

©Belvedere 21, Vienna

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