Since the beginnng of the critical approach towards modernism, architectural critics and historians have been desperately trying to find the answer to the question, what will be the next great "Style". Throughout the history of architecture, formal features, characteristic for each epoch, could be classified into a general set of rules described as architectural styles. Although these styles are constantly evolving, meging and forming complex hybrids, often even occuring in parallel, and buildings representing particular style were rarely perfectly fitting in its rigid definition, knowledge of the style's characteristics was the key retaining a relatively good impression of the architecture of the corresponding era. This book showcases examples of where structure meets graphic design, turning any venue into an outstanding and eyecatching space. Featuring interiors and exteriors of restaurants, shops, offices, exhibition spaces and public buildings, Top Space & Art 2 includes the work of some of the most respected names in contemporary architecture and design, such as Pierluigi Piu, and displays projects from all over the world.