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A new, architecturally acclaimed signature bridge would serve as a metaphor for unity, connecting people, linking communities, celebrating imagination and a creative spirit.
As a veteran of the real estate industry, he is dedicated to selling architecturally significant properties on the Los Angeles Westside and providing sound advice to his clients and buyers who are seeking to identify a property's potential.
The tender process is architecturally creative solutions right bank mezimostnE[degrees]ho urban pit in the sand, (excluding the adjacent buildings) in compliance with the specifying tasks (building program), which is an inseparable part of competitive conditions.
In fact, even as they propose a geometrical construction that transforms the site architecturally, Verjux's works create a sensory experience that evolves according to one's mood or according to the time of day; the intensity of the electric light is softer in the natural light of day, and denser, more brilliant at night.
and intends to build an architecturally distinct, entertainment industry-focused office campus on the site, the first Class A-project in Hollywood in decades and the only office campus in the area.
The architecturally distinctive faceted glass towers that will grace the Hudson River skyline combine the most sophisticated elements of both sides of the river.
We're going to have a building that is going to be beautiful, it's going to stand out and it's going to be architecturally significant.
The TECU ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2005 will feature architecturally outstanding buildings by European architects who specify TECU building materials.
has launched the Express5800/120Le system, an architecturally advanced, dual-processor-capable, Intel(R) Pentium(R) III-based server.
For example, in a large panoramic canvas entitled Sunrise Over The City, 1992, the buildings visible through the billowing stretches of sky belie the commonly held perception that skyscrapers are architecturally uniform.
The information carts blend two architecturally distinctive areas: the brochure display towers and the information officer's greeting counter.
A former Pacific Bell building on the site was built in the 1940s but was not considered architecturally unique, city officials said.
The vision is of an architecturally exciting rooftop landscape, where architects address technical issues of building on the roof with experimental construction methods, and where the resultant increase in density means more residents and thus more need for supporting businesses and services to relocate back to city centres.
NEC Computers Inc has launched the Express5800/120Le system, an architecturally advanced, dual-processor-capable, Intel(R) Pentium(R) III-based server.
The NPS system architecturally integrates database, server and storage in one easy to install, deploy, maintain and use system.
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