Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099 by Sara Pichelli Spiderman almost never made it off the drawing board because Martin Goodman, (then the head of Marvel Comics,) told Stan Lee he thought it was a bad idea for a comic book hero. His reasoning was that many people were afraid of spiders and supposedly, would be afraid of Spiderman.
Sea-Folk Museum by Naito Architect & Associates. This museum for fishing-related crafts has an 18.5 meter-wide (60.7 feet) roof constructed of laminated timber trusses. Sunlight fills this generous space from a central skylight, illuminating the fishing boats and assorted exhibits below.