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An independent steel structure has been inserted on top of the existing brick factory building to create several double-height (7 metres) studio spaces; architecture: Haworth Tompkins Architects, photo: Philip Vile Malcolm Fraser Architects performed a similar trick when they adapted three derelict mews buildings and a Victorian lawyers office in Edinburgh into light and spacious open-plan offices by adding a series of new metal roofs. These provide improved light and ventilation.

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RCA Sackler Building / Haworth Tompkins

RCA Sackler Building - Haworth Tompkins

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Refurbishment of the Offset Printing Factory / Origin Architect

Rebirth of the Offset Printing Factory - Cultural and Creative Park - Beijing, China - 2014 - Origin Architect

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NHDRO - South Bund district of Shanghai, a former 1930s Japanese army headquarters is transformed into a boutique hotel

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The steel structure was lowered into place by a crane; architecture: Haworth Tompkins Architects, photo: Philip Vile

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Shoreham Street / Project Orange

Old is New Again: Shoreham Street, Sheffield, UK

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Museo de la Sal / Malcotti Roussey Architectes + Thierry Gheza

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An Industrial Rebirth: The power plant of an abandoned asbestos factory is recycled into a clean-and-green office development.

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Help the Aged: innovativo riuso in architettura

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Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture. Gewaagde transformatie. Continuïteit met respect voor het bestaande.

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Small Studio / Svendborg Architects, Denmark. #architecture "allgoodthings #danish spotted by | http://architecturephotocollections.blogspot.com

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The rusted hue of the Cor-Ten steel in Haworth Tompkins Architects's Dovecote Studio project is similar to that of the red brick farm buildings nearby; photo: Philip Vile

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Dovecote Studio by Haworth Tompkins | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

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Creating modern, eye-catching frontage doesn't need to be over the top.

The two storeys that Project Orange have added to the roof of a redundant brick warehouse in Sheffield look like another building stacked on top. The upward extension replaces a pitched roof, creating three duplex studio offices within a powder-coated steel volume that both overlaps and bites through the original brick structure. A new restaurant and bar occupies the double-height warehouse space below, where it benefits from light through the original two-storey-high arched windows.

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The Imperial Buildings / Fearon Hay Architects

The Imperial Buildings / Fearon Hay Architects A beautifully done adaptive reuse project