Ghostly peaks arise from a street in the Polish port city of Szczecin. Built on the site of the historical Konzerthaus – a building decimated during WWII – the city's new Philharmonic Hall is a striking addition to the streetscape.
With its clean lines, green space and effortless cool, its hard to imagine anything more Danish than the Moesgaard Museum. Designed by Scandinavian design legends Henning Larsen Architects, the building is instantly iconic. Located in the semi-rural outskirts of Denmark's second largest city, the recently opened museum has already proved a resounding success.