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Michael Anastassiades

Meet the elegant designer whose meticulous touch reduces his designs to perfection.
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The Copper Box, one year after the Games

Stuart Fraser of make architects reviews the legacy of the project.  Presentation given at The Building Centre in July 2013.

Splashpoint Leisure Centre, Worthing, UK

Timelapse construction of the pool in Worthing designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects.

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The New Lenbachhaus in Munich

It has taken four years to renovate and remodel the Lenbachhaus museum in Munich. Under the direction of British architect Norman Foster the 19th century villa has been given a new annex.


Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim

Space Group, adopted a strategy of orientating distinct, slab-like private room wings to capture the perfect views for visitors over sea, landscape and city. This torsional act twists open the central atrium to generate a thoroughly three-dimensional space with a complex, faceted roof form – a deconstructed golden star - cascading down. The building is a dramatic sight from any angle, but particularly from above where most visitors first view it, when arriving by air.


Tidemill Academy + Deptford Lounge

Tidemill Academy in the London Borough of Lewisham is the result of a visionary concept to increase the space and resources available to new schools by sharing their facilities with the wider community, and demonstrates how innovative thinking can make public spending go further in difficult times. Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects were lead architects on the scheme

The Copper Box

The Olympic Handball Arena, or Copper Box, is one of only four permanent venues in the Olympic Park and the third largest indoor arena in London. During the 2012 Games it accommodated up to 7,500 spectators and hosted numerous events. Post-Games, this flexible venue will host sporting events and concerts but will also operate as a community leisure centre and training facility.


Beeches - low energy house

Chiswick based architectural practice, Paul Vick Architects, has been shortlisted for International Design and Architecture Awards 2013 for a low energy private house in the West Country.  Beeches, is a low energy house which captures and reflects the nature and power of Dartmoor, using light and elemental materials like copper, basalt and stone to create a tranquil space that is open to the landscape and its views across the valley.

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