Posts tagged 'Civic'

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Turning Tides: FaulknerBrowns’ Hebburn Central

Hebburn Central is – literally and metaphorically – an all-singing, all-dancing project. The focal point of a regeneration scheme in South Shields on the outskirts

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SimpsonHaugh on the changes in Manchester’s Civic Quarter

“It’s a blurring of the division between the external public space and the internal administrative centre,” says Rachel Haugh, co-founder of SimpsonHaugh and Partners, about

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Panter Hudspith transforms Trocadero into lux cinema

The refurbished screening rooms have comfier seatsIf you had the good (or bad, taste depending) fortune to visit London’s Trocadero in the 1990s, the incessant

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You&Me boosts civic pride with shopfront revamps

Shopfront improvement projects such as those on London’s Leyton High Road and Blackhorse Lane have already been shown to be a straightforward and effective way

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Shuttleworth on Birmingham redevelopment

Ken Shuttleworth will deliver the keynote speech for a panel event entitled Birmingham Development Forum. He will discuss opportunities for the UK’s second largest city,

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Review: All of This belongs to You at the V&A

The Victoria & Albert Museum’s (V&A) latest exhibition, All of This Belongs to You, turns the spotlight back on itself, questioning its role as a

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Mies Van der Rohe winner “plays a new symbolic role”

Emerging Spanish practice Barozzi/Veiga has taken this year’s Mies van der Rohe award for the Szczecin Philharmonic Concert Hall in Poland. The hall’s predecessor was

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Mecanoo’s first US project has a ‘dutch touch’

Dutch practice Mecanoo has completed its first US project, the $123.9m Bruce C. Bolling municipal, which is expected to rejuvenate the downtrodden Dudley Square in

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Reiulf Ramstad’s angular church in Knarvik, Norway

 Shooting up and out from its fjord landscape, Reiulf Ramstad’s angular church in the Norwegian town of Knarvik looks modern, but has firm roots in

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V&A curator Rory Hyde on politics & architecture

Rory Hyde, curator of architecture and urbanism at the V&A, talks to onoffice about the role of public entities, and the politics of architecture and

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