<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Staten Island Esplanade in New York</h3> <p>As part of a programme to revitalize the old harbour areas of the city, a canopy structure has been erected over the landing stage of the Staten Island ferry. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Roof Terraces and Balconies: Details - Sealing - Construction</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Humankind - Nature - Technology Pavilions of the Nations at Expo 2000 in Hanover</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>British Museum, London</h3> <p>Sir Robert Smirke&rsquo;s plans for the British Museum (1823&ndash;52) contained a planted central courtyard intended for use as a public garden. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>On the Roofs of... - Wiel Arets on his Concept for the City</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Protection and Function - Flat Roofs as Living Space</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Earthen Roofs - the Architecture of the Pueblo Peoples in the South-Western US</h3>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Cultural and Congress Centre in Lucerne, Switzerland</h3> <p>Set in the city centre on the shores of Lake Lucerne, the various volumes of this complex are united by a striking roof structure. </p>
<span class="article-preview__category"></span> <h3>Administration Building in Nyon, Switzerland</h3> <p>The building was designed to accommodate the 110-strong UEFA staff, with additional spaces for conferences, receptions and exhibitions. </p>