Three landmarks designed by Bernard Tschumi
PARC DE LA VILLETTE
Built between 1984 and 1987, the Parc de la Villette was part of one of the biggest redevelopment projects in Paris. It now houses a science museum and three concert halls.
NEW ACROPOLIS MUSEUM
Housing ancient ruins, this is one of the architect’s most controversial buildings as it’s meant as a repository for the Elgin marbles, the Parthenon friezes housed in the British Museum.
Commemorating a battle between Julius Caesar and the Gauls in 52 BC, this striking structure is built on a preexistent archaeological site. Located in the countryside of central France, it features exhibits from the site and recreations of the battle.