Australia takes to the podium in Beijing with winning architectural feat in aquatic centre
February 7th, 2008
As the world watches, Beijing prepares for this summer’s Olympic Games, and as the date draws near, one of the games most highly anticipated new sports buildings has opened to acclaim.
Representing Australian on the architectural front is Australian-based PTW Architects, who designed the remarkable Water Cube aquatic centre, which offically opened in early February. Go Aussie!
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