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Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham

dreamlash The concept behind the redevelopment of the MAC (Midlands Arts Centre) was to stitch the existing pavilion buildings together with a new three storey central linking structure using environmental initiatives to enhance the energy performance of the building.

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acquistare trimox The old MAC consisted of badly lit spaces that were difficult to navigate and were virtually inaccessible to anyone with disabilities. The new structure creates a light and flexible space with improved access throughout and provides a link between the existing pavilions and major new public circulation routes.

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comprar cyklokapron sin receta Access from the adjacent Cannons Hill Park is improved with a new bridge link serving a new entrance and reception. New performance spaces, exhibition halls and an enlarged catering facility have been created, combining new and re-used spaces to form a lively, light and environmentally responsive modern facility.

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comrar venta punarnava The centre reopened in 2010 and was shortlisted for a Civic Trust Award for its contribution to the arts and wider communities.

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Buy Zoloft “Will the new MAC work as a 21st century hotbed for the arts in and around Birmingham? Yes, and with brio. One of the words in the word-cloud is, predictably balti. And the MAC is just like that – a sizzling balti bowl into which a colourful melange of new spaces and connections have been heaped and layered as if they were the architectural equivalent of lamb chunks, onions, coriander and tomato.” Jay Merrick – The Independent

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