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University of Sheffield Environmental Research Centre in Sheffield, United Kingdom

January 25, 2011 Filed Under: Education, Public Buildings
University of Sheffield Environmental Research Centre in  Sheffield, United Kingdom

University of Sheffield Environmental Research Centre that located in Sheffield, United Kingdom, was designed by Bond Bryan Architects. University of Sheffield will study the behaviour of plants and social insects, such as ants and bees. The building, designed by Bond Bryan Architects, will include several ‘bee holes’ built into the exterior walls to allow bees to fly into and out of the facility... 

Resnick Pavilion in LACMA, Los Angeles, United State

October 31, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
 Resnick Pavilion in LACMA, Los Angeles, United State

Resnick Pavilion, was designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop that located in LACMA, Los Angeles, United State, The design of the Resnick Pavilion is informed by an amalgamation of ideas drawn from a multitude of sources, including the architect’s memory. Like the Broad Contemporary Museum of Art, which Piano completed in 2008, the Resnick Pavilion is built of travertine glass and steel and has... 

One Angel Lane in London, United Kingdom

November 16, 2010 Filed Under: Open Space, Urban Design
 One Angel Lane in London, United Kingdom

That located in  London, United Kingdom, was designed by Fletcher Priest Architects, One Angel Lane formerly known as Watermark Place, replaces Mondial House, a redundant international telephone exchange in the heart of the City of London, on a riverside site next to Cannon Street station. The site has an important place in the history of the Thames and is defined by the working river. The northern... 

Danish state prison in Falster, Denmark

December 20, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Danish state prison in Falster, Denmark

The Danish state prison designed by CF Møller Architects is located in Falster, Denmark. A key principle in C. F. Møller’s concept is the incorporation of sports facilities, areas for animal husbandry and gentle landscaping. Arranged in a basic star shape, the prison blocks – four regular and one high security wings – protrude out from the central administration building, an occupation building... 

Guyane’s Memory Center in Cayenne, French Guiana

December 24, 2010 Filed Under: Cultural, Public Buildings
Guyane's Memory Center in Cayenne, French Guiana

Located in Cayenne, French Guiana, Guyane’s Memory Center was designed by D3 architectes. Comprised of three layers – a double concrete skin, a wooden skin and a ‘protecting’ slatted skin – the amenities are arranged in a circular ring around a central storage core. In the centre of the complex is a compact Silo where the archives are stored, protected from an excess of temperature and...