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  • Will Alsop’s RIBA award-winning Blizard Building completed in 2005 has been such a huge success that the Queen Mary University commissioned aLL to design an extension to the building. The Blizard Building was developed with channeled information from detailed client consultation workshops and resulted in a transparent box which reveals the university research inside. Huge […]


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  • The SIDE 5-star hotel in Germany opened its doors in the heart of Hamburg on 26 April 2001, it is situated in the immediate vicinity of the opera house, theatres and shops, a main line train station, trade fair and business district. More than three years were needed for the planning and construction of this […]


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B. Braun Melsungen AG proposed a competition for an extension to the Haydau Cloister dating form the 12th century with a hotel new build. The concept implicates the development of this historical location into an overall modern conference and seminar centre. Our design, which was awarded the 1st prize, is an unmistakable response to the […]


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‘Care for Life’, the client, has developed an innovative vision regarding living and care in our modern society. The development of a residential care campus in Velm (Limburg) is their pilot project. The idea of living and caring flowing seamlessly into each other is spatially translated in the masterplan for the site. The masterplan reiterates […]


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Fai-Fah, which means “light energy”, is a corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme initiated in April 2010 by TMB Bank. The programme acts as a catalyst for change in Thai society through working with underprivileged children and teenagers in their community using the arts as a vehicle for self-development and creative thinking. In October 2010, Spark was invited to design […]


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