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Kaleidoscopic Temple of Agape Invites Londoners to Experience Love

Kaleidoscopic Temple of Agape Invites Londoners to Experience Love

For the Festival of Love, Southbank Centre commissioned artists and designers to create pieces on seven themes of love from Ancient Greece. Agape, Storge, Pragma, Philia, Philautia, Eros & Ludos are

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Officials Approve $13.5 Million Plan to “Re-wild” East London

Officials Approve $13.5 Million Plan to “Re-wild” East London

The banks of the Upper Lee Valley in East London are to be "re-wilded." By 2017, a vast stretch of riverbanks beginning just north of the Olympic Park will be restored to flood-mitigating marshland. The

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House of Vans Opens a Subterranean Skatepark Beneath the Streets of London

House of Vans Opens a Subterranean Skatepark Beneath the Streets of London

From 2009 until 2013, the 30,000-square-foot area of disused transport passages were used as a venue for experimental art exhibitions, music concerts and film showings, including Secret Cinema’s event

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London’s Gherkin in a Financial Pickle, Goes Up for Sale

London’s Gherkin in a Financial Pickle, Goes Up for Sale

One of London's most recognizable modern landmarks, The Gherkin, is in a pickle of a financial situation. The modern masterpiece designed by Norman Foster fell short of finding viable tenants who could

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The Tower of London’s Moat is Bleeding Thousands of Blood Red Poppies

The Tower of London’s Moat is Bleeding Thousands of Blood Red Poppies

Marking 100 years since the Brits’ involvement in the first World War, Cummins was commissioned to create a moving, yet beautiful installation in tribute. The delicate poppies adorn the entire castle

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England’s First Floating Village Coming Soon to East London’s Royal Docks

England’s First Floating Village Coming Soon to East London’s Royal Docks

Faced with rising sea levels, would you consider a move onto the water? Soon, a community of Londoners will have exactly that option. dRMM Architects has won the Royal Docks competition to design

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Norman Foster’s Grand Canary Wharf Crossrail Station in London is Almost Finished

Norman Foster’s Grand Canary Wharf Crossrail Station in London is Almost Finished

London's Crossrail Station stands by the waters of Canary Wharf's North Dock, just steps away from the underground station -- also designed by Foster & Partners. Its unique design will feature a

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Organic London Garbage Skyscraper is Made From its Tenants’ Recycled Waste!

Organic London Garbage Skyscraper is Made From its Tenants’ Recycled Waste!

The Organic London Skyscraper seeks to reduce waste while minimizing construction costs. At first the building would be constructed with an ornate structure modeled after bamboo scaffolding common in

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Gun Architects’ Rainforest Pavilion Creates a Cool Oasis in the Middle of London

Gun Architects’ Rainforest Pavilion Creates a Cool Oasis in the Middle of London

The Rainforest Pavilion is an extension of Gun Architects' ongoing body of work that focuses on the Chilean climate. Many of their projects create forms out of the circulation and accumulation of water,

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Smiljan Radic’s 2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Opens in London

Smiljan Radic’s 2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Opens in London

Photo by Iwan Baan Chile-based Smiljan Radic Studio just unveiled the 14th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London. The studio's innovative temporary structure looks like a giant boulder propped up on

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London Bus Stop Made from 100,000 Lego Bricks Pops Up on Regent Street

London Bus Stop Made from 100,000 Lego Bricks Pops Up on Regent Street

UK-based Trueform recently built a bus stop made from thousands of LEGO bricks! Working in collaboration with Transport for London, Trueform collected 100,000 building blocks to create the bus stop on

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GUN Architects’ Rainforest Pavilion Creates an Exotic Oasis in London

GUN Architects’ Rainforest Pavilion Creates an Exotic Oasis in London

The five-meter-high structure simulates the atmosphere of the rainforest and brings the exotic climate of South America to the streets of London. Seven columns with hexagonal tops create the framework for

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Awesome Floating Bedroom Maximizes Space in Tiny London Apartment

Awesome Floating Bedroom Maximizes Space in Tiny London Apartment

Hanging a bed from the ceiling is not only a practical solution for small apartments - it also creates a strong design statement. The owners of this tiny London apartment maximized their living space by

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Gorgeous Viewpoint Platform Invites Busy Londoners to Enjoy the Wildlife of Regents’ Canal

Gorgeous Viewpoint Platform Invites Busy Londoners to Enjoy the Wildlife of Regents’ Canal

The platform's design was inspired by the Finnish Laavu, a traditional shelter intended for temporary residence during fishing and hunting trips. The Laavu was typically a primitive, triangular shape made

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JaK Studio to Built London’s First ‘Invisible’ Eco-Home

JaK Studio to Built London’s First ‘Invisible’ Eco-Home

Following two years of negotiations, the proposal for renovating the derelict garage into a house has just been signed and the construction is scheduled to start this month. Previous proposals envisioning

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East London’s Phytology Medicinal Garden Offers Tours, Talks, Music and Food This Weekend

East London’s Phytology Medicinal Garden Offers Tours, Talks, Music and Food This Weekend

Londoners interested in urban food production and medicinal plants should head over to Nomad's medicinal field in Bethnal Green this weekend. An exciting series of talks from Phytology collaborators will

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British Airways Plans to Use London’s Garbage for Jet Fuel

British Airways Plans to Use London’s Garbage for Jet Fuel

The city of London is going to start paying British Airways to take its trash, but what on Earth does the airline company want with all that garbage, anyway? The airline giant plans to turn it into jet

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Barnyard Restaurant by Brinkworth Brings the Farm to London Dining

Barnyard Restaurant by Brinkworth Brings the Farm to London Dining

Ollie's vision for the Barnyard was inspired by the nostalgia of traditional agricultural environments, where almost everything serves a distinct purpose. Materials commonly found in lightweight farm

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Unique Dome Garden Offers an Unforgettable Eco “Glamping” Adventure Just 2 Hours from London

Unique Dome Garden Offers an Unforgettable Eco “Glamping” Adventure Just 2 Hours from London

There are 10 domes in all and they come in four different sizes. Depending on the size of each family and budget, visitors to The Dome Garden can request a 12, 16, 20, or 24 ft dome. The skeleton is made

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Battersea Power Station’s ‘Garden of the Elements’ to Include the Largest Glass Atrium in London

Battersea Power Station’s ‘Garden of the Elements’ to Include the Largest Glass Atrium in London

Covering over two and a half acres of the industrial complex, the landscape designs include expansive manicured gardens, waterfalls, peaceful walkways and what is being proposed as London's largest glass

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Cheerful Hanging Timber Treehouse Livens Up London’s Oily Cart Theatre for Children with Developmental Challenges

Cheerful Hanging Timber Treehouse Livens Up London’s Oily Cart Theatre for Children with Developmental Challenges

Architect David Bickle explains that the new space is used for children "who have multiple and complex learning difficulties, helping to bring theatre to audiences who might not otherwise have the chance

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Magnificent Gabled School Shows Great Design Doesn’t Have to be Expensive in London

Magnificent Gabled School Shows Great Design Doesn’t Have to be Expensive in London

This magnificent gabled structure serves as an activities center and crèche for the Wilberforce Primary School in Westminster, London. But it used to be nothing more than a dimly lit portakabin.

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London’s Famous Gherkin Building Goes Green – Literally

London’s Famous Gherkin Building Goes Green – Literally

Under pressure from other more sustainable buildings popping up around the world, London's Gherkin Tower, designed by Norman Foster, has recently begun testing an innovative vegetated facade panel which

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Make Architects Unveil Igloo-Shaped Cinema Made from Reclaimed Cardboard in London

Make Architects Unveil Igloo-Shaped Cinema Made from Reclaimed Cardboard in London

The Regeneration Film Festival, an open-entry short film festival dedicated to the theme of sustainable regeneration and construction, will be held during the annual Ecobuild exhibition in London. This

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London’s Electric Car Sharing Program Gets a $166M Boost From French Billionaire Vincent Bolloré

London’s Electric Car Sharing Program Gets a $166M Boost From French Billionaire Vincent Bolloré

Encouraged by the rapid success of the "Boris Bike" sharing program, London has announced plans for an electric car sharing network. French billionaire Vincent Bolloré, the brains and money behind Paris'

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WSD Architecture’s Tiny Writer’s Studio is a Glowing Fairy-tale Haven in London

WSD Architecture’s Tiny Writer’s Studio is a Glowing Fairy-tale Haven in London

Built at the end of the client's garden, this cedar-clad writer's retreat is a quiet sanctuary that preserves views to the yard and maximizes natural light through skylights and frameless glazing. The

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London’s First Cat Cafe is Open for Play

London’s First Cat Cafe is Open for Play

London's very first cat cafe, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium opened its doors over the weekend. Located in Shoredich, just off Brick Lane, this unique teashop offers the prrrfect space for playing with

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6 Renowned UK Architects Shortlisted to Revive Joseph Paxton’s Crystal Palace in London

6 Renowned UK Architects Shortlisted to Revive Joseph Paxton’s Crystal Palace in London

Six major architecture firms have been shortlisted in a contest to rebuild Joseph Paxton’s famous Crystal Palace in London that was destroyed by fire in 1936. The list includes three former Stirling

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RARE Architecture Restores Historic London Building with a Modern Patterned Skin

RARE Architecture Restores Historic London Building with a Modern Patterned Skin

Originally built in 1910, this Edwardian town hall was extended in 1937 into a 7,500 square meter building. It fell victim to numerous modifications until it was vacated and left to decay in 1993. In

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Zaha Hadid Among Six Firms Picked to Design Fancy New Water Fountains for London

Zaha Hadid Among Six Firms Picked to Design Fancy New Water Fountains for London

Zaha Hadid Architects have created a fountain that features an extended canopy to provide shade for any pedestrians who decide to stop and take a drink of water. "Traditional Ottoman fountain kiosks

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