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The same fate would be touched to the Water Cube to , the national swimming centre which has seen a series of matches only records three years ago, had it not been recently converted into an incredibly popular (and profitable) water park.
The last renovation of SquareOne is located in the basement of a residential building in the Centre of Bucharest, was once home to some of the most successful clubs definitely
"The new luxury does not mean immobility or habit, but rather freedom and movement." Says Simone Micheli in designing the Interior of i-Suite in Rimini and while
Arquitectos Anónimos have built this House in Esponsende, Portugal, working on an unusually low budget. Their solution for the constraint was the radical simplicity: d brick
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Eclecticism, contrast between contemporary and modern, refined style and looking in detail: these are the characteristics that make the Centurion Palace, Venice, five-star hotel lu