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Workmen break through a concrete wall during construction of the Central Line extension to Bank, circa 1912

Workmen break through a concrete wall during construction of the Central Line extension to Bank, circa 1912

Set within a vineyard in South Africa, this amazing chapel was designed by South-African born Coetzee Steyn of London based Steyn Studio. Its serene sculptural form emulates the silhouette of surrounding mountain ranges, paying tribute to the historic Cape Dutch gables dotting the rural landscapes of the Western Cape. Constructed from a slim concrete cast shell, the roof supports itself as each undulation dramatically falls to meet the ground. Where each wave of the roof structure rises to a…

Finding Heaven in South Africa

Set within a vineyard in South Africa, this amazing chapel was designed by South-African born Coetzee Steyn of London based Steyn Studio. Its serene sculptural form emulates the silhouette of surrounding mountain ranges, paying tribute to the historic Cape Dutch gables dotting the rural landscapes of the Western Cape. Constructed from a slim concrete cast shell, the roof supports itself as each undulation dramatically falls to meet the ground. Where each wave of the roof structure rises to a…

Set within a vineyard in South Africa, this amazing chapel was designed by South-African born Coetzee Steyn of London based Steyn Studio. Its serene sculptural form emulates the silhouette of surrounding mountain ranges, paying tribute to the historic Cape Dutch gables dotting the rural landscapes of the Western Cape. Constructed from a slim concrete cast shell, the roof supports itself as each undulation dramatically falls to meet the ground. Where each wave of the roof structure rises to a…

Finding Heaven in South Africa

Set within a vineyard in South Africa, this amazing chapel was designed by South-African born Coetzee Steyn of London based Steyn Studio. Its serene sculptural form emulates the silhouette of surrounding mountain ranges, paying tribute to the historic Cape Dutch gables dotting the rural landscapes of the Western Cape. Constructed from a slim concrete cast shell, the roof supports itself as each undulation dramatically falls to meet the ground. Where each wave of the roof structure rises to a…

Techne is an Australian architectural firm known for the cool designs they come up with. They specialize in clean and fresh projects, in which they can express their creativity and vision. The company's latest design, an old warehouse converted into a beautiful living space, is yet another evidence of their unbelievable talent. The warehouse is located at…

Fantastic Redesign Of An Old Warehouse In Melbourne

Techne is an Australian architectural firm known for the cool designs they come up with. They specialize in clean and fresh projects, in which they can express their creativity and vision. The company's latest design, an old warehouse converted into a beautiful living space, is yet another evidence of their unbelievable talent. The warehouse is located at…

The £14.8bn Crossrail project is currently Europe’s largest infrastructure project and is now almost 75% complete – delivered on time and within funding. The new Elizabeth line, will be fully integrated with London’s existing transport network and will have the capacity to carry an estimated 200 million passengers per year. London Concrete was tasked with providing a solution to support the track slab construction from Bond Street station through to Farringdon station.

The £14.8bn Crossrail project is currently Europe’s largest infrastructure project and is now almost 75% complete – delivered on time and within funding. The new Elizabeth line, will be fully integrated with London’s existing transport network and will have the capacity to carry an estimated 200 million passengers per year. London Concrete was tasked with providing a solution to support the track slab construction from Bond Street station through to Farringdon station.

24 May 1862: Chancellor of the Exchequer, William Ewart Gladstone, and directors and engineers of the Metropolitan Railway Company, embark on an inspection tour of the world's first underground line. Built between Paddington and the City of London, it opened in January of the following year. Gladstone is seen in the front row, near right.  Picture: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

24 May 1862: Chancellor of the Exchequer, William Ewart Gladstone, and directors and engineers of the Metropolitan Railway Company, embark on an inspection tour of the world's first underground line. Built between Paddington and the City of London, it opened in January of the following year. Gladstone is seen in the front row, near right. Picture: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

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