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Peacock Visual Arts : Brisac Gonzalez
Peacock Visual Arts Centre
image from Brisac Gonzalez Architects
Northeast Scotland’s main centre of contemporary visual arts under threat not by credit crunch but by North Sea oil millionaire Sir Ian Wood’s plans to flatten Union Terrace Gardens. Brisac Gonzalez’s design brought welcome contemporary architecture to Aberdeen. Plans to raise the sunken gardens to street level have abounded for decades. But Ian Wood pledged up to £50 million of his own cash to be matched by public funding. A feasibility study commissioned by Scottish Enterprise is to be finlaised by March 2009.
Facilities: contemporary arts & house galleries, printmaking, television & dance studios, workshops, education suite.

Hazelwood School : gm+ad

Russia Tower Moscow – Foster + Partners

Stirling Prize 2007 : shortlist

Hangzhou China : Sheppard Robson

Danish chair : Schmidt Hammer Lassen

Paddington Basin building : mossessian & partners

Beach Road : Foster + Partners

Russian Black Sea development : Erick van Egeraat

St Petersburg Airport : Grimshaw

Camp Nou Stadium : Foster + Partners

Wells Cathedral building : Eric Parry

Bern building : Daniel Libeskind

Ciudad del Motor : UNStudio

Penang Global City Center : Asymptote Architecture

Vicente Guallart @ IVAM, Valencia

Petra Visitor Centre : Edward Cullinan Architects

Bernabeu Stadium : Estudio Lamela

The Haymarket : Richard Murphy

Landro Elevations Campus : Lynch Architects

RMJM : New proposals

Swiss buildings : Camenzind Evolution

broken house : kwk promes

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Burj Dubai Building
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Camp Nou Stadium
picture : Foster + Partners

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