Those visiting the “Mecklenburgische Seenplatte” region of Sweden will be welcomed by one of the most stunning works of architecture in recent years.  The Muritzeum Visitor’s Center includes a freshwater aquarium, multimedia exhibits, a restaurant and a shop.  Its angular form rests perfectly on its site, merging seamlessly with the natural surroundings.  Head on over to ArchDaily for the details and plenty more photos. [archdaily]

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