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Famous monuments of London

Posted by on April 17, 2017 – 06:45 am

Famous monuments of London

Learn about London’s heritage at the best historic buildings in London The City of London dates back to the Roman times so there’s no shortage of historic attractions to visit. One of the most impressive and iconic attractions, and one of the most important London landmarks, is the Tower of London. Dating back to 1066 and the Norman Conquest, this historic fortress is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city as it documents over eight centuries worth of London history from the royal family, to notorious prisoners and politicians…

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Best Architecture Universities in the World

Posted by on April 7, 2017 – 06:27 am

Best Architecture Universities in the World

MIT s School of Architecture and Planning is best known for its innovative approach to combining media, technology with urban design and research. Its departments include the Media Laboratory founded in 1980, which focuses on interfaces between the physical and digital worlds, and the Senseable City Lab that carries out research projects on the future of urban living in response to digital technologies. The Lab is led by architect Carlo Ratti, who has just unveiled a digital supermarket at the Milan Expo 2015. Former MIT faculty members have included…

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Architects Nottingham

Posted by on March 24, 2017 – 05:33 am

Architects Nottingham

Location Nottingham, United Kingdom Value £30 million Size 45, m² Client University of Nottingham Year 1 An academic park for 2, 500 students regenerates the site of a disused former bicycle factory. A serpentine lake was created following the line of the only remaining feature on the linear site - a belt of trees shielding housing. Along the lake are ranged the principal Faculty buildings, a Learning Resource Centre and a central teaching building. A colonnade on the front of the buildings forms the pedestrian route through the site, leading from…

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Architects in Dublin

Posted by on March 16, 2017 – 05:17 am

Architects in Dublin

Dublin City Council is committed to using design to improve the attractiveness, liveability and sustainability of our built environment in its roles as a manager of public spaces and buildings, as planning authority and through its own construction projects. Dublin City Architects is responsible for promoting design and providing architectural, urban and conservation design services to Dublin City Council. In doing this, we aim to: Aim for Dublin’s citizens to enjoy the highest quality built environment; one that is clear, generous, appropriately…

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Architectural salvage Nottingham

Posted by on March 6, 2017 – 04:40 am

Architectural salvage Nottingham

With a new showroom up at Patio World at Brookfields Garden Centre, Nottingham Reclaims is a lively company offering Interesting, Unusual and Exclusive Pieces of the Past for The Home and Garden to clients throughout Nottingham and Beyond. Formed in 2003 the company, although still young, has vast knoweldge and experience in the all aspects of the Architectural Salvage Business. The firm can supply most types of architectural salvage - to include original period fireplaces, solid wood parquet flooring, doors and ironmongery, cast iron radiators…

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Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery

Posted by on February 20, 2017 – 03:15 am

Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery

This autumn we present four solo exhibitions, each featuring new commissions. The four artists use performance, theatre and film. For them, fiction and alternative realities become ways of transforming and extending our understanding of identity, social norms and world history. The idea for the season developed out of conversations with Collabor-8 Collective, Nottingham Contemporary’s young people’s group, and was curated to coincide with Circuit, our arts festival for 15 to 25 years olds in November. Sun Ra (1914-1993): The Cosmo Man This is the…

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Architecture in London

Posted by on January 10, 2017 – 11:54 pm

Architecture in London

Cloud-piercing towers of glass. Stone cathedrals and churches. Slabs of brutalist concrete. Taking a walk through London is like immersing yourself in a history of architecture. Our list of the city’s 50 best buildings celebrates this unique mix. We asked a group of experts to tell us about the London architecture that amazes them. The results capture the essence of the real London in a way that a guidebook’s ‘best bits’ never could. In fact, our top 50 is filled with under-the-radar stuff: pubs, tube stations, council estates. Perhaps this is because…

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Contemporary Museum Nottingham

Posted by on January 8, 2017 – 11:50 pm

Contemporary Museum Nottingham

An evening of performances and readings with New Contemporaries alumni Beth Collar, Matt Copson, Patrick Coyle and Heather Phillipson. Curated by Niki Russell. Matt Copson graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2014. Current and forthcoming exhibitions include a solo show entitled ‘Reynard’s Fundament’ at Tramps, London and ‘The March Project’, Sharjah Art Foundation, UAE. Recent exhibitions include ‘Reynard Reforms’, Vilma Gold (2015), Bloomberg New Contemporaries at The ICA, Newlyn Art Gallery and The World Museum (2014) and ‘Escape Routes:…

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Leeds University entry requirements

Posted by on December 1, 2016 – 06:20 pm

Leeds University entry requirements

We recognise that this qualification provides evidence of in-depth knowledge of the subject area. However, we will not use this qualification as a basis for making any offers. AQA Baccalaureate Entry requirements will be based upon the three A-levels taken with the AQA Baccalaureate. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their work experience and other elements of their Baccalaureate in their personal statement. BTEC Nationals The BTEC Extended Diploma will be considered as suitable for entry to the University of Leeds provided the qualification…

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Architects in Nottingham

Posted by on November 23, 2016 – 05:50 pm

Architects in Nottingham

London practice Caruso St John Architects have completed an art centre in Nottingham, UK. Called Nottingham Contemporary, the project is inspired by artists spaces in down-town New York during the 1960s. Located in the Lace Market area of the city, the design aimed to recreate the feeling of found spaces in a new building. The facade is clad in lace-patterned, pre-cast concrete, inspired by the regular and repeated surfaces of the surrounding warehouses. Two blocks on the roof are covered in fluted gold anodised aluminium. The centre opened to…

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