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Atocha Station Memorial, Madrid, at dusk

RIBA114698
Estudio FAM
NOTES: This is the monument commemorating the victims of the terrorist attack on March 11, 2004, in Madrid's Atocha station. It is a cylindrical building made of solid blocks of moulded glass, which are glued together with clear acrylic adhesive to give the wall structure a seamless permeability. Inside is a clear membrane printed with commemorative messages that were left by people after the explosion. At night, the natural daylight is replaced by a sophisticated system of illumination that reproduces the variablity of sunlight.

Atocha Station Memorial, Madrid, at dusk

RIBA114699
Estudio FAM
NOTES: This is the monument commemorating the victims of the terrorist attack on March 11, 2004, in Madrid's Atocha station. It is a cylindrical building made of solid blocks of moulded glass, which are glued together with clear acrylic adhesive to give the wall structure a seamless permeability. Inside is a clear membrane printed with commemorative messages that were left by people after the explosion. At night, the natural daylight is replaced by a sophisticated system of illumination that reproduces the variablity of sunlight.

Atocha Station Memorial, Madrid

RIBA114700
Estudio FAM
NOTES: This is the monument commemorating the victims of the terrorist attack on March 11, 2004, in Madrid's Atocha station. It is a cylindrical building made of solid blocks of moulded glass, which are glued together with clear acrylic adhesive to give the wall structure a seamless permeability. Inside is a clear membrane printed with commemorative messages that were left by people after the explosion. At night, the natural daylight is replaced by a sophisticated system of illumination that reproduces the variablity of sunlight.

Atocha Station Memorial, Madrid

RIBA114701
Estudio FAM
NOTES: This is the monument commemorating the victims of the terrorist attack on March 11, 2004, in Madrid's Atocha station. It is a cylindrical building made of solid blocks of moulded glass, which are glued together with clear acrylic adhesive to give the wall structure a seamless permeability. Inside is a clear membrane printed with commemorative messages that were left by people after the explosion. At night, the natural daylight is replaced by a sophisticated system of illumination that reproduces the variablity of sunlight.

Henry Wood House, Langham Place, London, with All Souls Church in front

RIBA122279
Sir John Burnet Tait Wilson & Partners
NOTES: The combined hotel and office building was built on the site of St George's Hall, the concert hall destroyed during the Second World War which was the location of the Prom concerts conducted by Henry Wood after whom the hotel is named. All Souls Church is by John Nash (1823-1824).

Henry Wood House, Langham Place, London, with All Souls Church in the foreground

RIBA122280
Sir John Burnet Tait Wilson & Partners
NOTES: The combined hotel and office building was built on the site of St George's Hall, the concert hall destroyed during the Second World War which was the location of the Prom concerts conducted by Henry Wood after whom the hotel is named. All Souls Church is by John Nash (1823-1824).

Model of the Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London

RIBA125029
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The model was produced early in 1999 for the New Millennium Experience Company, the client, and used by them to settle and agree the layout of the various theme exhibits with the exhibitors and sponsors. It is a simplified function model made expressly for this purpose, rather than being an architecturally sophisticated presentational model.

Model of the Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London

RIBA125030
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The model was produced early in 1999 for the New Millennium Experience Company, the client, and used by them to settle and agree the layout of the various theme exhibits with the exhibitors and sponsors. It is a simplified function model made expressly for this purpose, rather than being an architecturally sophisticated presentational model.

Model of the Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London

RIBA125031
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The model was produced early in 1999 for the New Millennium Experience Company, the client, and used by them to settle and agree the layout of the various theme exhibits with the exhibitors and sponsors. It is a simplified function model made expressly for this purpose, rather than being an architecturally sophisticated presentational model.

Model of the Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London

RIBA125032
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The model was produced early in 1999 for the New Millennium Experience Company, the client, and used by them to settle and agree the layout of the various theme exhibits with the exhibitors and sponsors. It is a simplified function model made expressly for this purpose, rather than being an architecturally sophisticated presentational model.

Model of the Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London

RIBA125033
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The model was produced early in 1999 for the New Millennium Experience Company, the client, and used by them to settle and agree the layout of the various theme exhibits with the exhibitors and sponsors. It is a simplified function model made expressly for this purpose, rather than being an architecturally sophisticated presentational model.

Model of the Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London

RIBA125034
Richard Rogers Partnership
NOTES: The model was produced early in 1999 for the New Millennium Experience Company, the client, and used by them to settle and agree the layout of the various theme exhibits with the exhibitors and sponsors. It is a simplified function model made expressly for this purpose, rather than being an architecturally sophisticated presentational model.
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