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    LONDON OLYMPICS ARCHITECTURE GUIDE

    Olympic Stadium

    "The innovative flexible design of the Olympic Stadium means its 80,000 capacity can be reduced after the Games. It has a permanent lower tier with a capacity of 25,000, and a temporary steel and concrete upper tier, which holds a further 55,000 spectators, that can be dismantled after the Games. — Published 2012.0725

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    CONFIGURING KEW

    Since gaining World Heritage Site status in 2003, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on the outskirts of West London, has seen several additions to its building stock. This work is part of a 30-year master plan for the garden to guide the historic site's future development. — Published 2006.1025

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    LONDON ALPINE

    Continuing a tradition of innovative structures at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in West London is the new Davies Alpine House by Wilkinson Eyre Architects. It is the first glasshouse to be constructed at the World Heritage Site for over 20 years and is a showcase of design and engineering, specially conditioned to support an alpine ecology. — Published 2006.1025

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    ART CENTER UPON TYNE

    The abandoned Baltic Flour Mills in the northern England town of Gateshead has recently been transformed into the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. It joins other illustrious works in the heart of the Gateshead Quays regeneration area. — Published 2003.0402

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    BRITISH AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2002

    Each year American architects living and working in Britain gather to celebrate architectural achievements in their adoptive home. The Excellence in Design Awards, a program of the American Institute of Architects London/UK Chapter, honors projects by UK-based architects wherever they work and by international architects working in the United Kingdom. — Published 2002.0403

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    WILKINSON EYRE WIN STIRLING PRIZE

    An abandoned steel works in the north of England, converted into a science adventure theme park, has won this year's Stirling Prize, the United Kingdom's most prestigious award for architecture.

    The steelworks in Rotherham provides a cathedral-like theatre for industrial history, taking what could have been a glum reflection of the past and turning it into an interactive adventure with humor and excitement. — Published 2001.1205

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    BRITISH DESIGN AWARDS BY LONDON AIA

    The London/UK Chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced in January their 2001 Annual Excellence in Design Awards. Five projects won top honors; three are shown here.

    The jury, made up of Godfrey Bradman, Ken Shuttleworth (Foster and Partners) and Gordon Benson (Benson+Forsyth), praised the quality and variety of the projects submitted. The awards program was coordinated by David Hughes, managing director of the London office of the American firm, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects. — Published 2001.0214

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    GATESHEAD MILLENNIUM BRIDGE

    Since the ancient Romans built the first span across the River Tyne between the towns of Gateshead and Newcastle in northeastern England, bridges have loomed large in the local landscape.

    Newcastle's river skyline has become a veritable cacophony of bridges, forming vital transportation links supporting the local heavy industries of shipbuilding, coal mining, and iron and steel works. Now the newest piece in the illustrious collection, the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, is once again making history. — Published 2001.0117

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