The architecture world is buzzing about El Departamento de Sanidad y Osakidetza, the recently unveiled Basque Health HQ in Bilbao, Spain. The space covers 9,200 sq m set to accommodate 850 workers and visitors, and looks – to this writer’s untrained eye – a lot like a bubble on acid. The irregular angles of the facade result in a continuously changing ambience inside depending on day, hour, and perspective, the lighting coming through all sides of the building similar to a crystal filtering light. From World Architecture News:

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