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However, Wales isn’t only about medieval castles and stone cottages – modern architecture is adding a eco-efficient, stylish and sleep edge to the nation’s urban areas, heritage attractions and National Parks. Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s uncompromisingly rectilinear concert hall (1970) and organic theatre and galleries (2000) won RIBA awards for its architects, Peter Roberts and Dale Owen of Percy Thomas Partnership. Then there is Caerphilly Castle Visitor Centre: Designed by Davies Sutton architects; adored by many. The light oak-framed visitors centre with a stunning pointed roof is a pleasing counterpoint to the plain stone towers of Caerphilly Castle. The Great Glasshouse, when opened at the National Botanic Garden of Wales in 2000 by Norman Foster and Partners, was the largest in the world. Lets not forget that Whales has gone quite the mile in terms of modern architecture; yet somehow, it isn’t recognised for it! With state-of-the-art technology designed to maximise its sustainability, Cardiff’s Central Library (2009) is a model of eco-efficiency and amazing architect skills. BDP Architects clad the external walls in panels of metal and glass inspired by the spines of books on shelves. As you see now, not only has Wales got amazing architecture littered all over the country, but they are extremely eco-efficient and environmentally friendly! The Millennium Stadium (1999) cost £121 million, but the average rugby-mad Welshman will argue it was worth every penny. On non-match days, you can go on a tour of the building to really soak up the atmosphere. Guides will take you into the dressing room of the Welsh rugby team, the Dragon’s Lair. Then, even down the players’ tunnel and onto the pitch.
Paired with all the medieval castles and stone cottages, these sleek and stylish pieces of beauteous architecture can make you feel as though you are time travelling and getting to witness the best of buildings!