A subterranean museum in Poland with a huge public space on its roof has won the title World Building of the Year 2016 at the World Architecture Festival.
The National Museum in Szczecin was designed by Polish architect Robert Konieczny, who leads a studio called KWK Promes.
The structure was built using one material: pre-cast concrete. Its sunken form ensures it doesn't block views of the neighbouring Philharmonic Hall – the iconic building that won the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2015. Read More via Dezeen.