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  1. London Metro Area
    Barbican Centre launches international contest for major revamp 8 SEPTEMBER 2021 BY MERLIN FULCHER The City of London Corporation has fired the starting gun on an international competition for a major £50-to-150 million renewal of the Grade II-listed Barbican Centre [Deadline: 21 October 2021]...
  2. Archives
    #CBD | Completed | QT Hotel and Apartments [66m | Mixed] 33 – 141 (LOT 20) MURRAY STREET, PERTH –PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF A 21 LEVEL MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT CONTAINING 184 HOTEL ROOMS, 15 MULTIPLE DWELLINGS, GROUND FLOOR RETAIL USES AND 42 CAR PARKING BAYS – BONUS PLOT RATIO HEIGHT: 66.2m to...
  3. Architecture
    Brutalism gets crapped on pretty often as terrible architecture that should be torn down immeadiately (even moreso than Meisian modernism) but I think that thought process is premature in many respects. Brutalist buildings are imposing and help bring an institutional feel to buildings. So, in...
  4. Architektura i Urbanistyka
    Na początek parę słów wyjaśnienia. Do modów - proszę o nieprzenoszenie wątku do działu Za granicą - który nie jest ściśle nakierowany na architekturę i jej jakość, zawiera relacje z podróży itd. Do forumowiczów: wątek będzie o dążeniu do nowoczesności w radzieckiej architekturze, więc proszę o...
  5. Architectures passées
    Les réalisations d'Owen Luder disparaissent les unes après les autres, après le tricorn, c'est autour du parking du Trinity Centre de Gateshead (Newcastle Upon Tyne) Qui est Owen Luder Owen Luder, born 7 August 1928, is a British architect who designed a number of notable and sometimes...
  6. Architektura i Urbanistyka
    !!____________________________________________TO___JEST__!__! !!!BRUT!BÉTON!BRUTALIZM! Watek o architekturze brutalistycznej. Fascynujace i przerazajace zarazem. To czesc pierwsza cyklu o architekturze, ktora mnie w ten sposob zadziwia i wywoluje sprzeczne uczucia. W celu pogladowego...
  7. Sheffield Metro Area
    The now council-approved regeneration plans for the Grade II* listed Park Hill Flats by Urban Splash and Sheffield City Council. Article from the Sheffield Star: DEVELOPERS Urban Splash say their aim is "to make Park Hill the best place in Sheffield, period". But it won't be the first time...
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