||||||||||||LSE Saw Swee Hock Student Centre ©Dennis Gilbert/View|The Saw Swee Hock building’s multi-faceted brick exterior creates “meaningful vistas” ©Dennis Gilbert/View|Mecanoo’s Library of Birmingham, “a cathedral of nowadays” ©Mecanoo|The library contains a range of working areas so people can find an area that suits them ©Christian Richters|Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatics Centre ©Hufton + Crow|Beneath the undulating roof of the London Aquatics Centre ©Hufton + Crow|The Everyman Theatre by Hayworth Thompkins ©Philip Vile|The Everyman auditorium has a 400-person capacity ©Philip Vile|Manchester Art School by FCB Studios ©Hufton + Crow|The art school’s walls were left as a ‘blank canvas’ for students ©Hufton + Crow|Renzo Piano’s Shard ©Michel Denance||
17 Jul 2014

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