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  • The Cinema Park Building was erected in the 1950s from plans by the modernist architect Franc Novak. Slowly falling into disrepair, it was still used for film shows until the new century, when it became obsolete due to the construction of a new multiplex. A solution was found in a new, more ambitious programme: a […]


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  • Seattle-based landscape architects Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) are pleased to announce that THEATER COMMONS and DONNELLY GARDENS at Seattle Center has become one of four pilot projects newly certified by the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ (SITES™) for its sustainable site design, construction and maintenance. They join 11 other projects nationally that have received certification since January 2012. Theater Commons and Donnelly […]


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“Following a design competition IO has recently been awarded both the master plan of a 93 hectare waterfront CBD development and a new Cross Straits Forum in the island of Pingtan in China”, says Gordon Affleck, Design Partner. Pingtan is planned as a new commercial hub to drive communication and commercial trade between China and […]


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Entering the panoramic hall on the fifth floor of the ‘Square Conference Center’, one’s first impression is blinding: the entire space seems to bathe in an overexposed white ambiance. Once the optical balance restored, the spectacular view offered upon downtown Brussels makes the visual effect complete.
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Both these planned development areas are at the city front where they benefit from excellent transport connections and from the coastal strip yet to be utilized. Through their size and the emblematic character of the design “The Bridge and the Tower” emerge as symbols in a visual and spatial relationship to the metropolis and accompany […]


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Easton, Maryland, located in Talbot County on Maryland’s eastern shore, was established in 1710. Easton remains largely agrarian, with numerous farms interspersed among area’s many waterways. Diverging from several acres of cornfields, a one-quarter mile road lined with pine trees terminates at a diamond-shaped tract of land with breathtaking views of the Tred Avon River. Arising […]


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