The Best of Olympic Architecture

By Josephine Minutillo - 2014-03-21T16:34:04Z

Photograph by Andia/Alamy

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Olympic Arch, Turin

2006

Hosting the Winter Olympics in 2006 offered Turin, an Italian city of one million, an opportunity to rethink and revitalize major sections of its metropolitan area. One of the most enduring visual legacies of that effort is the 226-foot-tall red arch designed by Hugh Dutton over a pedestrian bridge connecting the Olympic Village to adjacent competition areas.

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