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The centre sets out to offer the latest knowledge on Stonehenge: what it is, why it’s there, who built it

Completing the circle

Almost 50 years after the first visitor facilities appeared at Stonehenge, and more than a decade after the site’s presentation was called ‘a national disgrace’, a new £27m visitor scheme is hoping to silence the critics. Julie Cramer finds out more
Loraine Knowles Director of Stonehenge The Stonehenge site has sparked much controversy in the past. How does it feel to have reached this point? It’s been a long, challenging project
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The Lost Correspondent

Sea view

A love of art and the environment led to the creation of two underwater museums, which provide homes for coral and sea life. Eco sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor tells Kathleen Whyman what inspires him
What was your inspiration? I’m a sculptor and was mainly working on land and with the landscape. I was creating objects that had no functional purpose other than their artistic
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The canopies are made from wood panels

Grand designs

Some of the world’s most iconic new buildings were celebrated at the recent World Architecture Festival Awards. We take a look at a few of the winners
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San Francisco 49ers

Levi's Stadium

The opening of the Levi’s Stadium this August is being heralded as the dawn of a new era for stadium design. The venue, the new home of the famed San Francisco 49ers, has been described as the most technologically advanced building in sports
When the San Francisco 49ers move to their new stadium later this year, it will mark the end of a long journey. The franchise, one of the most successful in
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Aberdeen Aquatics centre  will provide training facilities for the Commonwealth Games this summer

FaulknerBrowns

Mike Hall
Newcastle-based architects FaulknerBrowns have made their name as specialists in providing complex sports venues. We talk to senior partner Mike Hall about the practice, his career and the Aberdeen Aquatics Centre, which opens at Aberdeen Sports Village later this year
How did you get involved with the Aberdeen Aquatics Centre project? We won the Aberdeen project back in 2010 following an international competition under OJEU (Official Journal of the European
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The 66 East 11th Street residences in New York offer 50 amenities dedicated to improving human health.  It’s been reported that DiCaprio owns of one of them

Paul Scialla

Paul Scialla
US real estate developer Delos has created the first set of building standards based on health and wellbeing and Leonardo DiCaprio has reportedly bought one of its new homes. We talk to founder Paul Scialla about pioneering a whole new way of building
In late November, actor Leonardo DiCaprio invested in Delos, the US real estate company, which has created the first building rating system focused not just on the environment but also
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