11. Jameson House

This mixed used 35 storey tower is designed by Foster + Partners (Norman Foster) is located in the heart of the city. The building also adjoins the two Beaux-Arts structures of its immediate neighborhood.With a fusion of two different styles of architecture, this building is an iconic and flourishing landmark of the city.

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12. Pharmaceutical Science Building

Initialized from the concept of tree, the building looks like a pure play of cubes. The idea was to create fun and livable space as research center for exchange of better ideas. Since architecture has the power to affect the psychology of users, the designers intended it to be more than just a research center. It is designed by HCMA architecture + design and Saucier + Perrotte architects.

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13. Vancouver House

Designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, Vancouver house is one of the marvelous examples of modern architecture in the city. It is designed in a triangle shaped plot which increases in volume and turns into a rectangle shape. The east and west sides of the facade have box shaped balconies.

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14. Beaty Biodiversity Center

This biodiversity center is a multifunctional programmed space which includes research laboratories, offices, natural history collection and museum. The principal exhibition space includes an enormous Blue whale skeleton. The natural history collection is located beneath the central courtyard and is accessible from the main exhibition space. The building tries to create a connection with the outdoors, thus giving a natural touch to the spaces. The building is also one of LEED Gold certified structures in the city.

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15. Waterfront Station

Designed with red brick facade and row of Ionic order columns, the station is a good example of neoclassical style of architecture. The main halls have two large clocks facing each other. The Ionic order columns are repeated inside the main built space. The main station building is designed by a firm Barott, Blackader and Webster.

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Arivukkarasi Manivannan also known as Aazhi is a Final Year Architecture student at Anna University,Chennai.With a passion for writing and the zeal to pursue Architectural Journalism as a profession,she has set out on this journey to reach out to people through her words.She strongly believes in the saying "The pen is mightier than the sword" and she dreams of becoming a writer like her father.

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