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Mega mall
London to get largest ever mall
A £1.6 billion proposal by Westfield for a 300 store development in London’s Shepherd’s Bush could be the city's largest and rival nearby Oxford Street. Including some 40 restaurants, 14 screen cinema, the 150,000 sq metre glass covered complex will feature flagship stores including Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, Waitrose, Next and 265 smaller shops. The project will include a £170 million transport upgrade including the redevelopment of Shepherds Bush underground, a new station on the Hammersmith & City line and new overground station on the West London mainline. US architects Gabellini Sheppard Associates have been ...............more
 
Sea Serpents Tower
Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects has been commissioned to build an innovative new skyscraper in the Bin Hai Seaport City near the coast two hours southeast of Beijing. The new hotel/residential tower will bring to the area both its 5-star hotel rooms .............more
 
Dualistic Spaces
From the street the house looks like a tower seated on the slope of a grassy lawn. It brings together primary volumes and fluid objects with curvilinear structures, with the aim of building an organism arising from the juxtaposition of diverse spatial places ..............more
 
Kate Goodwin in Venice
Kate Goodwin, Curator of the Architectural Programme at the Royal Academy reports on the Venice Architecture Biennale. The experience of the 10th Annual Architecture Exhibition (Venice Architecture Biennale) is like having walked .........more
 
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