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Scott Tallon Walker were appointed joint architects with HOK SVE (Populous) to create a worthy successor to the oldest international rugby ground in the world. The multi-award winning design accommodates 50,000 spectators and all the advanced facilities expected of a modern stadium. The distinctive transparent shingled skin wraps around the stadium, creating a highly atmospheric seating bowl, amplifying the infamous ''Lansdowne Roar'. The stadium's curvilinear form is already an internationally recognisable silhouette on Dublin's skyline.

Exclusive residential project in London chooses Vasco radiators

Alto is the showpiece of North West Village in Wembley Park, where a large-scale renovation project that covers a whopping 34 hectares, is revitalising this iconic part of northwest London. The exclusive residences in the Alto buildings deserve radiators with a first-class aesthetic design, which is the reason why the customer opted for Vasco’s Viola radiator.

Hill House, Archway, Islington

Hill House is a former 1970s, 13-storey office building, which is part of the Archway Island site in Islington, north London. The proposal was to retain the existing building and convert 12 floors to residential use, housing over 150 flats, recreational facilities and shops in addition to the recently completed hotel on the same development.

Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick Ireland

The Kemmy Business School (KBS) at the University of Limerick is a dynamic and innovative business school with a reputation for providing a first class business education that prepares graduates for successful and rewarding careers in a variety of business disciplines and professions.

West Gammarth Garden: Tunisian luxury apartments with Belgian finishing

Close to the airport and the centre of Tunis, work is in full progress today on what is to become one of the most prestigious residential complexes of the Tunisian capital. “West Gammarth Garden” is the name, offering 308 luxury apartments, 22 shopping centres and a single extensive medical centre. A striking detail: thanks to Belgian decorative radiators, each apartment also receives a touch from our own country.

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