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  • At a time when cities are looking for new ways to bring life to their streets and public spaces, the interactive Megaphone installation invites Montrealers and visitors to gather downtown to explore the festive side of public speaking. Selected in April 2012, after a call for applications by the National Film Board of Canada and […]


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  • SHH has completely redesigned the National Railway Museum’s hospitality offer, following a commission by long-term client Levy Restaurants, the sports, leisure and hospitality division of Compass Group UK & Ireland, which provides catering services at the museum. The radical revamp involved the rebadging and redesign of the popular York attraction’s two main restaurants, as well […]


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  In a few decades our whole world economy has become reliant on the containerization of our supply lines. Known the world over for its indestructible appearance and boxy look, the shipping container is one of the best known industrial archetypes. This modular storage system is inspired by the wonderful colour mosaics that sprout to […]


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After designing the customer service centre for the new WGV insurance group headquarters, our studio was commissioned to design a new cafeteria as an additional alternative to the existing staff canteen. For this purpose, a completely new room was modelled in an older part of the building that once housed office space. The cafeteria is divided […]


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Density as a Style While he was designing a low-rise district named “Andersen” in “New Moscow” area, architect Vladimir Binderman tried to envisage how this small town would look like if it had been designed by, say, the great-grandson of the famous fairy tale writer. The land site with an area of almost 20 hectares that […]


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