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The manuscript's appealing drawings have also been reproduced, enlivening the sometimes dry material.
Sensuous yet durable, the gleaming contours of the trees have rapidly become another local landmark, enlivening and animating the public realm.
Apparently, at the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery, 'one of the great buildings of the last half of the twentieth century', the Venturis were concerned with 'aspects of meaningful symbol and enlivening detail'.
Geuze is acquiring a reputation for inventive, contemporary landscape design capable of enlivening unpromising city sites; his regeneration of Schouwburgplein in Rotterdam (AR January 1998), for instance, imaginatively combined hard landscaping with a series of animated light sculptures.
Enlivening a featureless industrial estate and creating a humane working environment, the Tobias Grau headquarters joins a lineage of other notable German projects such as Stirling's factory for Braun at Melsungen (AR December 1992) and the exemplary Vitra at Well am Rhein (AR December 1994) in its dignified and democratic approach to the workplace.
Ordinary materials are used or finished in unexpected ways, animating and enlivening the basic layout.
The building becomes a piece of text, and the subtly changing shadows cast by the alphabetic panels on the white membrane give the facade an enlivening depth and animation, intensifying the sense of theatre.
Although perhaps less hectically expressive than the Mihonoseki project, this tautly crafted building makes an enlivening contribution to the Nagasaki quayside.
Through a bold yet assured handling of scale, light and colour, Denton Corker Marshall have succeeded in enlivening a dauntingly large building volume in an invigorating and accessible way.