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The Lifestyle Academy in Newcastle, United Kingdom

Posted: 07 Mar 2011 08:52 PM PST

The Lifestyle Academy designed by RMJM is located in Newcastle, United Kingdom .  The Lifestyle Academy, part of Newcastle College, is a centre for excellence where students of beauty, sport, tourism and hospitality can immerse themselves in their vocation thanks to state-of-the-art, real life working environments. The £16 million Lifestyle Academy was completed in September 2006, [...]

Beak Street development in London, United Kingdom

Posted: 07 Mar 2011 08:45 PM PST

Beak Street development that located in London, United Kingdom, was designed by DSDHA. The building is described by DSDHA as a "gift to the street", making reference to Beak Street's historical 18th century street name of Silver Street, when it was originally built alongside Golden Square to the south. The building responds directly to the [...]

450 West 14th Street in New York, United States

Posted: 07 Mar 2011 08:06 PM PST

Located in New York, United States , 450 West 14th Street was designed by  Architect Morris Adjmi, has designed a stunning, ten-storey glass office tower to sit above the Highline atop a three storey industrial building on West 14th Street in the Meatpacking District of New York City. Developed by Charles Blaichman, who also developed [...]

Wendy House in Friston, Suffolk, United Kingdom

Posted: 07 Mar 2011 07:59 PM PST

Designed by Sanei Hopkins Architects, Wendy House  is located in Friston, Suffolk, United Kingdom. The project was created using the salvaged windows and materials from a local store . The windows surround three sides of the building with the fourth as a solid wall housing shelving on the inside and sheathed in mirror on the [...]

RIBA Awards in London, United Kingdom

Posted: 07 Mar 2011 07:53 PM PST

The RIBA Awards is located in London, United Kingdom.  This year's Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards, which should have been a celebration of good architecture, has instead has re-ignited the ongoing Modern versus Classic row. The 'long list' of projects selected by the RIBA panel consists almost entirely of Modernist buildings sparking a [...]

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