New Temple Complex

New Temple Complex
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The New Temple Complex was designed by James Gorst Architects for the White Eagle Lodge, a multi-faith, nondenominational spiritual organization.
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Durley Chine Environmental Hub
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The Durley Chine Environmental Hub is a new seafront visitor centre for Bournemouth that has been built using low carbon and repurposed materials.
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Lea Bridge Library Pavilion
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The refurbishment and extension of Lea Bridge Library in East London has added an adaptable wood-lined community space and café, providing visitors with flexible spaces to work, learn and socialise.
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Built: East by OGU & Donald McCrory
Built: East Pavilion
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Built: East is a public pavilion, by OGU Architects and Donald McCrory Architects, that brings together both historical and present-day manufacturing innovations of its East Belfast location.
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King’s Cross Sports Hall
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Distinguished by a dramatic saw-toothed roofline, the King's Cross Sports Hall was designed by Bennetts Associates to serve residents of the new King's Cross development.
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Hastings Pier
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, by Pringle Richards Sarratt, forms part of the much bigger redevelopment of Sheffield city centre's Heart of the City Project.
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The Olympic Velodrome
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The distinctive and elegant shape of the Velodrome, whose double-curved timber clad roof is a reflection of the sloping track inside, acts as a landmark to the site of the 2012 Olympic Games.
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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 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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