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A fantastic site with up-to-date news on potential future indoor ski slopes to be built in Swindon…
Also, a more in-depth article on the snow dome.
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Running parallel with my entryway’s concept of displaying objects as a landscape in seas of multiples, I recently stumbled upon examples of object graveyards. As objects are getting produced faster than they can be recycled and thrown away, object graveyards … Continue reading
These images illustrate the scalar differences between the existing Toys ‘R’ Us, The Royal Armouries building in Leeds, and the Tower of London. The Toys ‘R’ Us and the R.A. Leeds are almost identical in scale, while the Tower of London is too big to actually fit on the site. The Tower of London, when placed on the periphery of Swindon’s existing development, begins to behave the same way as it once did in London, as the guardian and protector of the periphery.
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Site 05 is located in the edgelands of Swindon, straddling the line separating existing development from rural farmland. The site inherently possesses staples of development such as the Toys ‘R’ Us building, the parking lot, cars and shopping carts. However, it … Continue reading