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BBC New Broadcasting House

Westminster, London W1A

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buy kamagra gold This public space between Broadcasting House and the John Peel wing is defined by the pavement artwork ‘World’ by Mark Pimlott.  This unique arena provides a place to linger and see the BBC in action, a performance and exhibition space, and a café.

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http://www.biotecheast.com/docs/?lop=cialis-false-positive-drug-test&ho=1 cialis false positive drug test Permanent – artworks that integrate into the architecture
Temporary – visual artworks used as ‘wraps’ on the construction scaffolding
Community – artworks devised for and with members of the local community, especially schools and colleges
Broadcasting House Collection – artworks produced by different artists’ responses to the Broadcasting House ‘site’ World piazza

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how well does levitra work At the heart of the development is this new open air space, featuring a major new artwork, World, by the Canadian artist, Mark Pimlott. Mixing texture, light, text and discreet audio, World will create a unique and reflective public arena. World will be a place to linger and see the BBC in action, a place to hear regular summer lunchtime/early evening music, and – occasionally – a place to celebrate the big BBC events such as the Proms or Children in Need where the space will become a live theatrical setting.

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  • Client
    British Broadcasting Corporation & Land Securities
  • Completion
    Planning Permission Granted 2005
  • Awards
    British Council for Offices (BCO) Award, 2014
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