The millenium wing.
Surely this last stage of a design process is important, as one building here in Dublin has demostrated well.
Dunno if this really clean minimal concept was one to go for in a heavily used public environment, but it was an ambitious route to go anyhow. I also wonder how much experience in designing smaller, nice cool minimal interiors - stood to the designers of that building here in Dublin, when 'knowing how to put together' the materials and details, junctions etc at 1:20, 1:10 or 1:1 scale which make the National Gallery of Ireland extension the good buildling that it surely is.
BTW, I think this visualist
has done a lot of work, in a similar vein, in terms of finish and detailing as the Benson and Forsythe building.