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We sewed a building!! Check out this cool vid about the process we used creating a temporary / pop up creative space for @haigparkcbr in canberra who are reimagining their inner city spaces... x Matt @goldbergaberlinestudio #comtemporaryarchitecture #popuparchitecture #inflatablearchitecture
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We sewed a building!! Check out this cool vid about the process we used creating a temporary / pop up creative space for @haigparkcbr in canberra who are reimagining their inner city spaces... x Matt @goldbergaberlinestudio #comtemporaryarchitecture #popuparchitecture #inflatablearchitecture

A Competition entry by OS2 Architects for Iconic Mosque design at Dubai Creek Harbour, organized by EMAAR, Dubai in 2018.

Lead: Ar. Umar Ejaz
Partner: Ar. Shahzaib Khalid
Project: Iconic Mosque Design Competition
Typology: Public Building (Competition)
Project Location: Creek Harbour, Dubai
Covered Area: 6440 SQM

Religious architecture is associated with spiritual, emotional and psychological state of mind and feelings. That is why mankind has always incorporated symbolic essence in such structures. Spiritual feel has always been considered related with ‘verticality’ either they are heighted roofs of structure or placement of temples over the mountains which also evokes the feeling of awe and admiration.

Historically, verticality is found in religious architecture, for the same purposes, but over the period of time, mosque architecture has evolved into a definite kind of formula and acquired its form in horizontality. Now, there is not much experimentation or evolution in mosque’s architectural language. So, it is felt static.

Islamic teachings are very comprehensive to answer any new issues in line with the world development in economy and technology. Islam would not be contrary to any science. The verticality not only refers to symbolic spiritual experience but also addresses today’s contemporary architecture (specially in the context of Dubai), while being representative structure of religious identity.

This project is a progressive step while adhering to the traditional spiritual concepts and not replacing existing models. So, the challenge is to devise new solution and appropriate form which can satisfy the viewpoints of the believer of the 21st century at such a prestigious and modern context, while keeping it aligned with the conventional practice in Islamic architecture.

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A Competition entry by OS2 Architects for Iconic Mosque design at Dubai Creek Harbour, organized by EMAAR, Dubai in 2018. Lead: Ar. Umar Ejaz Partner: Ar. Shahzaib Khalid Project: Iconic Mosque Design Competition Typology: Public Building (Competition) Project Location: Creek Harbour, Dubai Covered Area: 6440 SQM Religious architecture is associated with spiritual, emotional and psychological state of mind and feelings. That is why mankind has always incorporated symbolic essence in such structures. Spiritual feel has always been considered related with ‘verticality’ either they are heighted roofs of structure or placement of temples over the mountains which also evokes the feeling of awe and admiration. Historically, verticality is found in religious architecture, for the same purposes, but over the period of time, mosque architecture has evolved into a definite kind of formula and acquired its form in horizontality. Now, there is not much experimentation or evolution in

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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold #stairdesign
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold #stairsdesign
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre

A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation.

The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway.

The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'. Special interiors have been reserved for special uses within the existing building, so that the old Courtroom is reused as the pre-eminent performance space, the robing room as a grand bar, and the old council chamber as a high quality restaurant.

All the major interventions necessary to achieve the above have been located in the only empty space available on this restricted site: the eastern courtyard. Here is found the foyer and circulation system of the building. Overhanging it is a lead cassette (known as the 'backpack') containing the extension to the courtroom which creates the auditorium and above it the air handling plant. Using this space as the foyer allows visual and actual access to all the facilities and permits a single lift to reach the many diverse existing levels.

#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #stirling #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #tolbooth #tolboothartcentre #ribaawards #riba #musicvenue #burohappold
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Stirling Tolbooth Arts Centre A complex of buildings dating from the seventeenth century onwards, the Old Tolbooth in Stirling has functioned variously as a town hall, a courthouse and jail. In 1997 Stirling Council held an invited competition to renovate the Tolbooth as a music focused Arts venue, opening the building up to the local community and the wider public for performance and participation. The existing building forms a 'u' shape with the court house occupying the central section and vaults underneath. It sits between the two main streets on the approach to the castle. As part of the design, the connecting street of Jail Wynd has been closed and pedestrianised and it is here we have that made a new entrance utilising one of the vault spaces as a passageway. The 'A' Listed existing building has been interfered with as little as possible, so that the elevations to the public streets, and the fine interiors retain their character and can be enjoyed as 'the old Tolbooth'.

from @lukas.schlatter - Sint Rita Church in Harelbeke, Belgium by
Léon Stynen & Paul de Meyer  #comtemporaryarchitecture #архитектура 
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from @lukas.schlatter - Sint Rita Church in Harelbeke, Belgium by Léon Stynen & Paul de Meyer #comtemporaryarchitecture #архитектура  #建筑  #建築 #αρχιτεκτονική  #arquitectura #architrave #architecturalphotographer #plataformaarquitectura #dezeen #lovesdomus #divisare #designboom #architonic #abitare #architecturalphotography #archdaily #hicarquitectura #tectonica #archilovers #markmagazine #frameweb #revue aa

Legal Practice Center
[Architects: #LinsArquitetosAssociados @linsarquitetos]
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[Photographs: #JoanaFranca @joanafranca]
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Restauration d’une chapelle à Bersée
Dossier déposé en mairie! 
Voir le projet en détail en suivant le lien dans notre Bio. 
#antoinelandrearchitecte #lille #marcqenbaroeul #hautsdefrance  #bersée #comtemporaryarchitecture #архитектура 
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Restauration d’une chapelle à Bersée Dossier déposé en mairie! Voir le projet en détail en suivant le lien dans notre Bio. #antoinelandrearchitecte #lille #marcqenbaroeul #hautsdefrance #bersée #comtemporaryarchitecture #архитектура  #建筑  #建築 #αρχιτεκτονική  #arquitectura #architrave #architecturalphotographer #plataformaarquitectura #dezeen #lovesdomus #divisare #designboom #architonic #abitare #architecturalphotography #archdaily #hicarquitectura #tectonica #archilovers #markmagazine #frameweb #revue aa @welove architecture

Vaso Phases Rosenthal design criado pelo artista Dror Benshetrits 
passa por diferentes fases,  a base é de um vaso macio e femenino e depois torna-se rude, sedutor e atraente. A essência do contemporâneo.
#decorarte 
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#comtemporaryarchitecture 
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Vaso Phases Rosenthal design criado pelo artista Dror Benshetrits passa por diferentes fases, a base é de um vaso macio e femenino e depois torna-se rude, sedutor e atraente. A essência do contemporâneo. #decorarte #decorcriative #estiloa #comtemporaryarchitecture #objetosdecoracao #objetoscriativos

Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
The brief envisaged a museum space, art galleries, local history archive and reading room, childrens’ centre, café and meeting rooms lying alongside, and integrating with, the world’s first Andrew Carnegie Library, a Grade B listed building. A Grade B listed former bank building was also part of the site.
The competition design organized the new building along a new top lit street with a journey to all the facilities criss-crossing the street on bridges to the top of the building. The entrance proposed hinging a giant slice of the former bank façade to form the new entrance and although welcomed by everyone as a very exciting and innovatory way off entering the otherwise landlocked site Historic Scotland refused to consider the idea.
Eventually the Council were able to purchase an adjacent car-park and this we proposed to convert into a walled garden which in turn leads to a new entrance courtyard off this garden. Our garden design merges with the mediaeval garden at the rear of the adjacent Abbott’s House Museum and includes two sculptures from Burns’ Tam O’Shanter and also a small maze.

The revised design maintains a top-lit internal street as its organizing device. There are three main new spaces. At the lower level is a major new facility for the research and study of local history and its archive organized on a tiered section looking out at the Abbey. The new library facilities for children is also at this level and opens directly onto a lawn and external auditorium. The café is on the first floor with terraces looking out onto the Abbey and graveyard and above this on the same level are the double level museum and the three exhibition galleries. The circulation system is an ‘architectural promenade’ culminating in these facilities but also continuing back into the main building
#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #library #rias #aecom #dumferline #carnegielibrary #carnegielibraryandgalleries
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Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries The brief envisaged a museum space, art galleries, local history archive and reading room, childrens’ centre, café and meeting rooms lying alongside, and integrating with, the world’s first Andrew Carnegie Library, a Grade B listed building. A Grade B listed former bank building was also part of the site. The competition design organized the new building along a new top lit street with a journey to all the facilities criss-crossing the street on bridges to the top of the building. The entrance proposed hinging a giant slice of the former bank façade to form the new entrance and although welcomed by everyone as a very exciting and innovatory way off entering the otherwise landlocked site Historic Scotland refused to consider the idea. Eventually the Council were able to purchase an adjacent car-park and this we proposed to convert into a walled garden which in turn leads to a new entrance courtyard off this garden. Our garden design

Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
The brief envisaged a museum space, art galleries, local history archive and reading room, childrens’ centre, café and meeting rooms lying alongside, and integrating with, the world’s first Andrew Carnegie Library, a Grade B listed building. A Grade B listed former bank building was also part of the site.
The competition design organized the new building along a new top lit street with a journey to all the facilities criss-crossing the street on bridges to the top of the building. The entrance proposed hinging a giant slice of the former bank façade to form the new entrance and although welcomed by everyone as a very exciting and innovatory way off entering the otherwise landlocked site Historic Scotland refused to consider the idea.
Eventually the Council were able to purchase an adjacent car-park and this we proposed to convert into a walled garden which in turn leads to a new entrance courtyard off this garden. Our garden design merges with the mediaeval garden at the rear of the adjacent Abbott’s House Museum and includes two sculptures from Burns’ Tam O’Shanter and also a small maze.

The revised design maintains a top-lit internal street as its organizing device. There are three main new spaces. At the lower level is a major new facility for the research and study of local history and its archive organized on a tiered section looking out at the Abbey. The new library facilities for children is also at this level and opens directly onto a lawn and external auditorium. The café is on the first floor with terraces looking out onto the Abbey and graveyard and above this on the same level are the double level museum and the three exhibition galleries. The circulation system is an ‘architectural promenade’ culminating in these facilities but also continuing back into the main building
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Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries The brief envisaged a museum space, art galleries, local history archive and reading room, childrens’ centre, café and meeting rooms lying alongside, and integrating with, the world’s first Andrew Carnegie Library, a Grade B listed building. A Grade B listed former bank building was also part of the site. The competition design organized the new building along a new top lit street with a journey to all the facilities criss-crossing the street on bridges to the top of the building. The entrance proposed hinging a giant slice of the former bank façade to form the new entrance and although welcomed by everyone as a very exciting and innovatory way off entering the otherwise landlocked site Historic Scotland refused to consider the idea. Eventually the Council were able to purchase an adjacent car-park and this we proposed to convert into a walled garden which in turn leads to a new entrance courtyard off this garden. Our garden design

Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
The brief envisaged a museum space, art galleries, local history archive and reading room, childrens’ centre, café and meeting rooms lying alongside, and integrating with, the world’s first Andrew Carnegie Library, a Grade B listed building. A Grade B listed former bank building was also part of the site.
The competition design organized the new building along a new top lit street with a journey to all the facilities criss-crossing the street on bridges to the top of the building. The entrance proposed hinging a giant slice of the former bank façade to form the new entrance and although welcomed by everyone as a very exciting and innovatory way off entering the otherwise landlocked site Historic Scotland refused to consider the idea.
Eventually the Council were able to purchase an adjacent car-park and this we proposed to convert into a walled garden which in turn leads to a new entrance courtyard off this garden. Our garden design merges with the mediaeval garden at the rear of the adjacent Abbott’s House Museum and includes two sculptures from Burns’ Tam O’Shanter and also a small maze.

The revised design maintains a top-lit internal street as its organizing device. There are three main new spaces. At the lower level is a major new facility for the research and study of local history and its archive organized on a tiered section looking out at the Abbey. The new library facilities for children is also at this level and opens directly onto a lawn and external auditorium. The café is on the first floor with terraces looking out onto the Abbey and graveyard and above this on the same level are the double level museum and the three exhibition galleries. The circulation system is an ‘architectural promenade’ culminating in these facilities but also continuing back into the main building
#richardmurphyarchitects #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue  #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #interiorarchitecture #architecture #museum #library #rias #aecom #dumferline #carnegielibrary #carnegielibraryandgalleries
@zoroastrozaratrusta

Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries The brief envisaged a museum space, art galleries, local history archive and reading room, childrens’ centre, café and meeting rooms lying alongside, and integrating with, the world’s first Andrew Carnegie Library, a Grade B listed building. A Grade B listed former bank building was also part of the site. The competition design organized the new building along a new top lit street with a journey to all the facilities criss-crossing the street on bridges to the top of the building. The entrance proposed hinging a giant slice of the former bank façade to form the new entrance and although welcomed by everyone as a very exciting and innovatory way off entering the otherwise landlocked site Historic Scotland refused to consider the idea. Eventually the Council were able to purchase an adjacent car-park and this we proposed to convert into a walled garden which in turn leads to a new entrance courtyard off this garden. Our garden design

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