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Between the Waters

Essen, Germany
by OOZE, ...

Between the Waters: The Emscher Community Garden' is a water-supply infrastructure line between the Emscher River and the Rhine-Herne Canal. The project is a complete and sustainable water-supply system. It uses only water from the immediate area: the Emscher River, the Rhine-Herne Canal,..

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City of 1,000 Tanks

Chennai, India
by OOZE

Holistic urban strategy to combat floods, droughts and pollution through blue-green strategies. The project City of 1,000 Tanks identifies the interrelationships between the underlying causes of floods, water scarcity and pollution in Chennai and offers a holistic solution to these three..

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The King’s Cross Pond Club was a public art project, commissioned by King’s Cross Central Partnership as part of the Relay Art Program. OOZE and Marjetica Potrč occupied a temporary site in the midst of the King’s Cross construction site in London and created a micro-ecological environment with a..

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Água Carioca

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
by OOZE

Água Carioca is a research and design project analysing the potential for natural, self-sufficient and decentralised small-scale water management in informal settlements, by means of several case studies in Rio de Janeiro. It fundamentally turns around how we deal with water in urban areas: it is..

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102 Petty France

London, United Kingdom
by Sir Basil Spence

102 Petty France is an office block on Petty France in Westminster, London, overlooking St. James's Park, which was designed by Fitzroy Robinson & Partners, with Sir Basil Spence, and completed in 1976. It now houses the Ministry of Justice and Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service.

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The Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre, grade II listed in 2009, is the centrepiece of the complex of buildings designed by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon between 1958 and 1968 for the Leeds University campus.

From 1960-1970, as the post-war generation grew up, Britain saw a great expansion in..

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Coventry Cathedral

Coventry, United Kingdom
by Sir Basil Spence

Sir Basil Spence is famous for his striking modern design for the rebuilt Coventry Cathedral. The original medieval cathedral was destroyed by the Luftwaffe on 14 November 1940 in an air raid code-named “Moonlight Sonata”. The attack targeted Coventry's industry, but it was clear that collateral..

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Lee Circle Car Park

Leicester, United Kingdom

This is a historically important structure and symbolic of changes in British society since it was built. Today, Lee Circle car park appears totally unremarkable to the casual observer, but the Tesco store and car park that opened there in in 1961 was a pioneering experiment, noteworthy for many..

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