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instahipsta:

Core of The Shard
(Taken with Instagram at Dunbar Wharf footbridge)

instahipsta:

Core of The Shard

(Taken with Instagram at Dunbar Wharf footbridge)

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thisbigcity:

Meanwhile in London: an idea emerges to turn the city’s railway arches into loft-style apartments. 

thisbigcity:

Meanwhile in London: an idea emerges to turn the city’s railway arches into loft-style apartments. 

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'sky movies disney'
HD 305 & 332

'sky movies disney'

HD 305 & 332

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peterbenei:

The loo with a view: 750ft above London, toilet on The Shard’s 68th floor offers spectacular perspective of the capital and beyond.

peterbenei:

The loo with a view: 750ft above London, toilet on The Shard’s 68th floor offers spectacular perspective of the capital and beyond.

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guardian:

Good morning Tumblr and happy Friday!
We’ve just got these stunning pictures in of the Shard’s public viewing room
- there’s a gallery of images of London at dawn and dusk 
from western Europe’s tallest building
via The Shard’s room with a view - in pictures | UK news | guardian.co.uk

Holy Moly!

guardian:

Good morning Tumblr and happy Friday!

We’ve just got these stunning pictures in of the Shard’s public viewing room

- there’s a gallery of images of London at dawn and dusk

from western Europe’s tallest building

via The Shard’s room with a view - in pictures | UK news | guardian.co.uk

Holy Moly!

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huddsarch:

Vertical Expectations - The Shard’ by Simolab - Creative AV

From 2011 whilst it was still under construction, this documentary looks at Renzo Piano Building Workshop’s controversial ‘Shard’ tower in London.

The Shard, is a skyscraper under construction in London Bridge, London. When completed in 2012, it will be the tallest building in the European Union and the 45th tallest building in the world.

Vertical Expectations is a 26 minutes documentary that explores the nexus between architecture, development and society through an ethnographic analysis of the current building of the Shard.

As a resident in the area I was particularly interested in investigating this phenomenon and the impact it will have in its surroundings and the city.

This documentary highlights some of the questions that can inform a more nuanced understanding of architecture’s social ramifications and the relevance space art and technology have on local people and the city as a whole. It raises questions about how architecture and space reflect social needs, the role of urban planning in the construction of public areas and the impact it will have on the community.

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'LDN 2012'

'LDN 2012'

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guardianartanddesign:

The Shard’s laser show

guardianartanddesign:

The Shard’s laser show

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listenintuition:


London - shard skyscraper on Flickr.

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'shard vs tron'

'shard vs tron'

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theusualshutterspecs:

The Shard Laser show timelapse as seen from London’s Tower Bridge. Over 300 images put together into one video. 

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ilazer:

A sneak preview to what The Shard will look like in a lazer spectacular to annonce the opening of Europe’s tallest tower. Let’s see what tomorrow holds.

ilazer:

A sneak preview to what The Shard will look like in a lazer spectacular to annonce the opening of Europe’s tallest tower. Let’s see what tomorrow holds.

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asyahoo:


The Shard laser show sneak preview 
from Flickr.


Can’t wait!

asyahoo:

Can’t wait!

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Olympic Rings on Tower 42
New aerial photos of London in the run up to the Olympics by Jason Hawkes.
The Olympic rings are lit 183m up on the top of Tower 42, perhaps better known as the Nat West Tower. To the front and left is the 202m high Heron Tower. At over 300m, the newly built Shard, seen in the background, dwarfs them both.
Picture: jasonhawkes.com @jasonhawkesphot
(via Odd Stuff Magazine ) 

Olympic Rings on Tower 42

New aerial photos of London in the run up to the Olympics by Jason Hawkes.

The Olympic rings are lit 183m up on the top of Tower 42, perhaps better known as the Nat West Tower. To the front and left is the 202m high Heron Tower. At over 300m, the newly built Shard, seen in the background, dwarfs them both.

Picture: jasonhawkes.com @jasonhawkesphot

(via Odd Stuff Magazine ) 

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mudchutefarm:

25th June 2012
8pm Monday

mudchutefarm:

25th June 2012

8pm Monday