King’s Cross Sports Hall

King’s Cross Sports Hall
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The building stands alongside York Way and is distinguished by a dramatic saw-toothed roofline inspired by the nearby West Handyside Canopy, a huge Victorian roof canopy which is now a thriving events space.
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Hastings Pier
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The original Victorian pier was built in 1872, rebuilt in 1922 and finally destroyed by fire in 2010. The architect dRMM became involved when Hasting Pier Charity took over the derelict structure and set up a design competition which was won by the practice.
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The Winter Garden
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The Winter Garden forms part of the much bigger redevelopment of Sheffi eld city centre the Heart of the City Project.
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The Hostry
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Hopkins Architects has been involved in the design of new facilities at Norwich Cathedral for 14 years; the first phase of development, the Refectory (the subject of a TRADA Case Study in 2007) forms one side of the Cloisters and the second phase, the now-completed Hostry, runs at right angles...
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The Hurlingham Club
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The Hurlingham Club, founded in the 1870s, is a famous sports club with a Georgian clubhouse, polo grounds, croquet lawns and tennis courts set in 17 hectares of picturesque grounds alongside the Thames in Fulham, London.
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The National Maritime Museum
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The new Maritime Museum, completed in 2002, is set between the town centre and the large warehouses of the docks. Here it provides a focus for local identity and attracts the visitors on which the Cornish economy now depends.
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The Olympic Velodrome
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The distinctive and elegant shape of the Velodrome acts as a landmark to the site of the 2012 Olympic Games.
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Sunderland Aquatic Centre
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The £19.8 million Aquatic Centre, the largest in the North East, is the fi rst phase of a development of sport and educational facilities for Sunderland.
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Swimming pool
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An elegant wave-like timber roof soars over this new swimming pool, reflecting the shape of water in motion.
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The Chapel of St Albert the Great
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The University Chaplaincy at the University of Edinburgh is in an elegant townhouse in George Square, the oldest Georgian square in Edinburgh. The building form and materials, the use of a sedum roof covering and in particular the use of timber, contribute to a calm, peaceful space in a tranquil...
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