Blending with thousands of protruding limestone formations in the Nambung National Park in Western Australia, the Pinnacles Interpretive Centre conveys a powerful emotion expressed through design. Inspired by the harsh fires that shattered Australia in the last few years, the building was designed by Woodhead Architects only using limestone, wood and glass to be much more than just a great example of modern Australian architecture. It’s a figurative reference for the inferno that is now part of the country’s heritage. The word “stunning” just doesn’t make justice … [via ArchDaily]