For the administration of the Costa-Rican social insurance system Alberto Linner designed a high-rise that vaguely recalls the metabolist Yamanashi Press and Broadcasting Center by Kenzo Tange. Despite the highly irregular facade design, with each side treated differently, it proved possible to build it relatively quickly by using prefabricated sections.
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Precolumbian Chiefdom Settlements with Stone Spheres of the Diquís
The property includes four archaeological sites located in the Diquís Delta in southern Costa Rica, which are considered unique examples of the complex social, economic and political systems of the period AD 500–1500. They contain arti…