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    By Ezio Blasetti
    Feb 6, '06 2:56 PM EST


    Independent Research - GSAPP - Spring 2006


    Team
    Ezio Blasetti, Mark Collins Toru Hasegawa, Dave Pigram
    + Roland Snooks.



    Supervisor
    Hernan Diaz Alonso

    large - link to GSAPP








     
    • 3 Comments

    • c'mina

      nice website! I look forward to seeing your design. Based on the similar investigations it seems like a promising project.

      Feb 6, 06 6:04 pm
      mykarar

      ctor and Matthews Architects designed a gigantic biodome for the Chester Zoo in Northern England to house the zoological visitor attraction.
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      Working with AECOM and Barton Willmore, the scheme forms part of the 'Natural Vision' redevelopment plan, an enormous project that will occur over the next 15 years and is expected to establish the zoo as Europe's largest conservation, animal and leisure attraction.
      Stephen Proctor and Andrew Matthews established their London-based studio in 1988. With projects in the liseli kizlar-

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      UK and abroad, Proctor and Matthews is now recognized as one of the country's leading design practices with a reputation for award-winning excellence in architecture, urban design and master-planning.

      Central to this success is a creative core of directors and associate directors with wide ranging experience in the residenti
      Feb 3, 10 5:45 pm

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