Cedars Hall

Cedars Hall
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Wells Cathedral School, founded in AD909, is renowned for music and one of just five in the country to offer specialist musical education to school children.
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City of London Freemen’s School Swimming Pool
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The architect HawkinsBrown has used timber to create an elegant cathedral-like structure for a new swimming pool, a structure which is also corrosion-resistant, resilient and carbon-neutral.
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Command of the Oceans
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A dock finished for the finest fleet the sun ever beheld, built lately by our gracious sovereign Elizabeth' is a 1606 description of the naval dockyard in Chatham, on the river Medway.
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Constellations Bar by Howard Miller
Constellations Bar
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A dramatic timber canopy shelters the Constellations Bar, a new community space in The Baltic Triangle, between the Anglican cathedral and Queen's Dock, a former industrial area in Liverpool which has evolved into a creative district.
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Cowan Court by 6a architect
Cowan Court
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Cowan Court was needed to house Churchill College's growing undergraduate numbers, many of whom had to live offsite. It was also important that the building would centre the students in the campus, would be environmentally sound and fit within its historic surroundings.
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David Douglas Pavilion
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The David Douglas Pavilion, a small but innovative new building constructed almost entirely of Douglas fir, is the central feature of the Scottish Plant Collectors Garden at Pitlochry.
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Dune House
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In 2010 the writer Alain de Botton, author of The Architecture of Happiness, introduced Living Architecture, a not-for-profit holiday rental company.
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Abbey Wood Railway Station
Abbey Wood Railway Station
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Walking into the new railway station at Abbey Wood, the immediate impression is of the elegant timber roof which arches over the interior, imparting a warm, natural quality to this large public space - more than 25 metres by 25 metres.
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Café – The Level
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A new café, designed by Knox Bhavan Architects, stands at the heart of The Level, a well-used and historic park on the main approach to Brighton.
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Two and a Half Storey House
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The Two and a Half Storey House is a masterwork of three-dimensional imagination in timber and an ingenious solution to a common problem: how to create an extra bedroom in a two-storey terrace house.
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