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192 Shoreham Street

192 Shoreham Street in Sheffield, England, is a building with striking architectural design. It has been identified as one of 2012's most interesting buildings.[1] Designed by Project Orange, the building includes an angular postmodern addition on top of a brick warehouse on the lower floor.[2]

This building was shortlisted for an RIBA award 2012.

References

  1. ^ http://www.theatlanticcities.com/design/2012/04/2012s-most-interesting-buildings-so-far/1761/#slide11
  2. ^ 192 Shoreham Street by Project Orange 6 March 2012 De Zeen (magazine)

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