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The Around the Corner West: Bench by Amanda Levete Architects is simply elegant. Constructed of wood which is first layered and then shaped, its form seems to defy gravity. This is achieved through a hidden fixing point located on the backside which secures into the wall. The eye continuously moves across the fluid form, which is reminiscent of the iconic infinity symbol.

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Gallery of Amanda Levete's MPavilion Opens in Melbourne - 6

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Gallery of EDP Cultural Centre / Amanda Levete Architects - 5

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10 Hills Place / Amanda Levete Architects

Built by Amanda Levete Architects in London, United Kingdom with date Images by Gidon Fuehrer. Many narrow streets and alleyways off Oxford Street, London are currently misused and underdeveloped. These under reg...

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10 Hills Place / Amanda Levete Architects

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Flower power: 'petals' make up the new Mpavilion by Amanda Levete in Melbourne

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