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Find out what life is like studying and living in Liverpool from current student Rebecca. Learn more about studying this course: http://www.liverpool.ac.uk/lsa Follow us: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UniversityofLiverpool Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/livuni Instagram: @LivUni
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Title: Point of Origin Credit list: 1.Do not put off your project to the deadline! 2.Architecture is not just simple combination of different from different parts of building. 3.The bad habit like lazy,plagiarise of humanity. Producer: Yiqiang Zhao Binbin Liu Heng Gu Xiangyu Zhang Actor:Christopher Burch
a film by sara muzio about the kunsthülle liverpool
Get to know Liverpool, England, where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. This charming city is filled with maritime history, Beatlemania, and places of worship. Begin your English adventures at the Three Graces, which include the Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building, and Port of Liverpool Building. These iconic and architecturally magnificent structures sit in Pier Head, overlooking the River Mersey. View the buildings in all their glory at the nearby Museum of Liverpool. Then head to U-Boat Story to explore a previously sunken German submarine, followed by a trip to the Merseyside Maritime Museum, where you’ll learn boatloads of information about ships of the past, from the Titanic to the Lusitania. As long as you’re in Liverpool, explore the fabulous four’s old stomping grounds. T...
We head to Liverpool, former European Capital of Culture, to discover the city's rich cultural legacy - then get a quite a surprise! SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN THE ADVENTURE! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers We're Alex and Marko Ayling, vagabond brothers on a mission to explore the world through the people we meet. Stay curious & keep exploring! Come Travel with us! + INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/Vagabrothers + TWITTER: https://twitter.com/vagabrothers + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers + SNAPCHAT: @Vagabrothers + WEB: http://www.vagabrothers.com FOLLOW OUR PERSONAL INSTAGRAMS Alex: https://www.instagram.com/vagabrotheralex Marko: https://www.instagram.com/markoayling VAGABOND LIFESTYLE CLOTHING: http://store.vagabrothers.com/ Help us fund out travels If you are ...
http://ultramodern-home.ru Top Tourist Attractions in Liverpool (England) - Travel Guide: Albert Dock, Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool, Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Croxteth Hall, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, St George's Hall, Tate Gallery, Walker Art Gallery, The Beatles Story
For this Weekend Guide for Liverpool I met up with more locals to show you some of the best things to do in Liverpool from main sights to lesser known, trendy spots ➸ My Great Britain Guides: https://www.back-packer.org/ MY CAMERA EQUIPMENT ▸ Cam1:Sony RX 100 V http://amzn.to/2qGeZSK ▸ Cam2:Sony A7 II http://amzn.to/1Gfj8MU ▸ Joby Gorillapod http://amzn.to/1CMyE0b ▸ Audio Recorder: Zoom H2n http://amzn.to/1FFVSt4 ▸ SDHC Memory Card http://amzn.to/1ygZzWD ▸ Waterproof Memory Card Case http://amzn.to/1FFWLCb ▸ Backpack Osprey Farpoint 40 http://amzn.to/1ceMOlo ▸ 3 Axis Gimbal Stabilizer http://amzn.to/2yDV24r Famous for its music and football Liverpool turned into a vibrant city with many facets to discover for tourists. Many come of course because of the Beatles who are probably the most ...
Liverpool city tour , England Version en français ci-dessous. Liverpool is a city and a metropolitan district of Merseyside in the North West England region on the east and north of the estuary of the River Mersey. The city was part of Lancashire until 1974 before the formation of Merseyside. The city was founded in 1207 and received city status in 1880. With a population of 445,200 inhabitants, is the sixth largest city in the UK, and the fourth of England; the urban area of Liverpool includes 816,216 inhabitants1. Second economic center after London, the city has been able to leverage its industrial basin. Its inhabitants are called Liverpuldiens Liverpool est une cité et un district métropolitain du Merseyside dans la région de l'Angleterre du Nord-Ouest sur la rive est et nord de l'es...
Are you ready for the realness?! Ash and I planned to travel Europe for 1 year on a budget. We began this journey about 6 months ago. But now it's hit that crucial moment where we have to be truly cautious with our money. So, time to do some maths and figure out our budget. Song: My Future by Artificial Music My Band by jimmysquare This Is My Tape For You by jimmysquare ---------- Twitter: http://twitter.com/wayawaymag Instagram: http://instagram.com/wayawaymag Snapchat: mrsmekka (Ash) https://snapchat.com/add/mrsmekka , thEmythfasha (Josh) https://snapchat.com/add/themythfasha How To Pack 365 Days of Clothes Into 1 Carry On - http://thewayaway.com/cheat-sheet/ Patreon: http://patreon.com/thewayaway/
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SUBTITLES: English • ไทย • Indonesia • Malay From where to get a pre-match pint to scoffing a pie, life long Liverpool fan Chris McLoughlin shows you how to watch Liverpool like a fan in the know. SUBSCRIBE: http://fft.sm/6lZeN3 WEBSITE: http://fft.sm/XLBtaK Follow FourFourTwo Performance on: Instagram: http://fft.sm/TfnkQl Facebook: http://fft.sm/UXATZS Twitter: http://fft.sm/HcBNn9 Follow FourFourTwo on: Twitter: http://fft.sm/IVvx5C Facebook: http://fft.sm/8h27Gv Google+: http://fft.sm/tBDyjD Snapchat: FourFourTwoUK
I had two days to cram as MANY things as possible into my Liverpool trip – check out some of my favorite spots to visit and things to do. Spoiler alert: the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour is one of the best things I've done in England... OBSESSED with it!!
I recently visited the home of the beatles and also let my hair down at a family hens, yes expect cocktails. Unfortunately the wind ruined a lot of my chat but regardless you will see how much their is to do in this great city. Special thank you to Visit Liverpool Albert Dock Marketing Holiday Inn Express NYLIVERPOOL Smugglers Cove The Beatles Museum The Magical Mystery Tour Don't forget to subscribe here to my Youtube channel for my travel inspiration. Expect the full travel feature on www.kellydonegan.ie in the coming days. Until then be sure to subscribe
travel | liverpool england | liverpool travel guide | things to do in liverpool england | top 5 best places to visit in liverpool england that you must know !! This video contains information about liverpool england, liverpool travel, liverpool travel guide, liverpool travel destinations, best place in liverpool, things to do in liverpool, tourist attractions In liverpool, best places in liverpool. 5. Anfield Stadium It is a football stadium and has been the home of Liverpool F.C. since their formation in 1892. The stadium has four stands: the Spion Kop, Main Stand, The Kenny Dalglish Stand and Anfield Road. 4. Albert Dock It is a complex of dock buildings and warehouses, designed by Jesse Hartley and Philip Hardwick, it was opened in 1846. Today the Albert Dock is a major tourist att...
Liverpool - cinematic short film last month I was able to go to Liverpool and I was able to film some stuff. This is what i got!! Twitter- https://twitter.com/AlbrowSam Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/architect_albrow/ Other channel-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4dinLjQjtr7oZfJi9hkTdQ Number of subscribers on upload:73 MUSIC: Something New by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
Tata Steel has recently hosted an exclusive architect event in Liverpool held in partnership with RIBA North and the Liverpool Architectural Society to support their launch of the next generation three layer Colorcoat Prisma®
A very short video just on how beautiful some the buildings there are around Liverpool, which are sadly ignored and off centre to the rest of where people see. This is the real beauty of the city. Instagram // @johnpaulstuthridge
Architectural historian Dr Jonathan Foyle explores some of the best Georgian and Victorian neo-classical civic buildings in the north of England. He visits town halls, concert halls, libraries, schools and galleries in Liverpool, Leeds, Bradford, Manchester and Todmorden in an unlikely story of rivalry, ambition and power in the service of social responsibility. Neo-classicism harked back to Rome, democratic Athens and the Greek city-state. The regular proportion, geometry and symmetry of classical temple-style architecture suggested order in chaotically-expanding urban environments and served to associate towns regarded as squalid and unruly with the cultured ancient civilisations of antiquity. These were buildings constructed with the aim of elevating the towns in which they stood.
Dr. Paul Jones from the University of Liverpool discusses his current research into the Liverpool Waters development focussing in particular on the role of architectural models as a means of constructing and mediating certain visions of the future as part of the planning and development process. Dr. Jones engages with the concept of 'truth spots' in an attempt to further understand how notions of 'place' feature in these planning and development discourses.
In 2012 we invited people to take part in a project to create a Portrait Wall on the front of the new Everyman. Designed by architect Steve Tompkins, from photographs by Dan Kenyon, this large-scale artwork is a powerful expression of the fact that the Everyman is and always will be for everyone. This is the story of how we made the Portrait Wall. Video created by Handstand Productions Ltd. www.everymanplayhouse.com
This is the story of one of Britain's most notorious reformed criminals, Jason Coghlan, who spent 16 years behind bars before he found an even more dangerous and effective pastime: studying the law. VICE gained intimate access to Jason's life over two years, witnessing the rise of his legal firm, which explicitly caters to the gangsters of the Costa Del Sol in Spain. However, the echoes of his old life are never far away and a gang feud in Jason’s native Manchester threatens to unravel his new amicable existence. WATCH NEXT: Backstreet Abortions in the Philippines: Year of Mercy: http://bit.ly/1RPHF2R Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos f...
Lecture date: 2008-12-05 After years of decline Liverpool has undergone an astonishing revival, culminating in its designation during 2008 as 'European Capital Of Culture', and the recent opening of 'Liverpool 1', a 42-acre extension to the city's retail core. But while the city centre has seen its population rise along with new towers and museums on the Mersey skyline, Liverpool's rehabilitation to the first rank of Europe's cities is far from complete. Like other northern UK cities, Liverpool still faces massive tasks of 'urban regeneration'. But what actually counts as urban regeneration? Can it be given a specifically architectural definition? And what is the significance of the turn to 'the cultural sector' in recent regeneration policy? Symposium organized by Brian Hatton. Brian...
Forth lecture of the 4th edition of the NOVEMBER CONFERENCES. Architect MAA/RIBA, Kim H. Nielsen (born 1954) is Founder and Principal of 3XN. Since the start of the company in 1986, Kim H. Nielsen has been the creative driving force behind 3XN. He functions as the creative director and has overall responsibility for the architectural quality of 3XN’s work from the idea to the final result. Working closely with the Competition Department, Kim directs the group with a high degree of personal involvement in each project. Kim Herforth Nielsen has been involved in all of the practice’s major projects, including the Copenhagen Arena, the aquarium The Blue Planet, Museum of Liverpool, Ørestad College in Copenhagen, Muziekgebouw Concert Hall in Amsterdam, and the UN City HQ in Copenhagen. Kim H...
Tony Robinson, with the help of experts like Grand Designs' Kevin McCloud, discovers how in just 20 working years, architect Augustus Pugin changed the face of Britain. No copyright infringement has been intended by the uploading of this video; I am simply trying to share this amazingly interesting series.
Brutalist architecture is now in the midst of a revival. Yet this enthusiasm for old Brutalist buildings has not translated into any real-world desire to start building mass housing in the Brutalist style. After so many years of being maligned as ugly and dehumanising, why is Brutalism being appreciated now? Some insist it is simply about the severe beauty of the buildings, others contend it shows a nostalgia for the post-war era and its commitment to a social housing policy, particularly as London is in the midst of a housing crisis. Should we preserve Brutalist architecture purely for aesthetic reasons, or is there something to be said for reviving the future-oriented philosophy behind the aesthetic? Love them or hate them, this illuminating panel filmed at the Battle of Ideas in the ‘br...
Jason Payne, founder of Hirsuta an assistant professor of architecture, University of California-Los Angeles, presents a lecture at Texas A&M's Fall 2012 Architecture Lecture Series. Informed by intensive research and an experimental approach, Jason Payne seeks to create a direct appeal to the senses in his work, which specializes in advanced form and integration of emerging technologies in construction. He has established a reputation as a leading designer in his generation; his recent work is credited as a major influence in pushing digital design and fabrication away from an overt focus on technique and process toward the explicit celebration of product, experience, affect, and atmosphere. For more about the lecture series, visit http://one.arch.tamu.edu/news/2012/8/8/2012-arch-lectu...
World renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, whose portfolio includes the masterplan of the new World Trade Center in New York, the Jewish Museum in Berlin and Manchester’s Imperial War Museum, comes to Liverpool John Moores University to deliver a public lecture. Libeskind will present many of his best known projects and the inspiration behind them, as well as the latest developments from his studio. The lecture, which is open to all and free to attend, is being held in support of Red Cross for Syrian Children, and the Talia Trust for Children. Please consider making a donation on the following pages: http://www.redcross.org.uk/Donate-Now/Make-a-single-donation/Syria-Crisis-Appeal http://en.taliatrust.org/page/donate/ This lecture has been organised and supported by LJMU, Liverpool Ar...
So today we are super excited to bring you WOOLTON HALL situated in Liverpool it was once the heart of the surrounding area. Me and wez had a blast here although it did feel like we weren't alone especially with the door closing on its own and voices heard. Woolton Hall is a former country house located in Woolton, a suburb of Liverpool, England. Built in 1704 and extensively renovated in 1772 by the influential architect Robert Adam the building is praised as the finest example of Robert Adam's work in Northern England. Throughout its 300-year history the building has been the residence of a number of notable figures, including the Earl of Sefton and Liverpool shipowner Frederick Richards Leyland. During the later part of the 20th the building went through a number of uses eventually beco...
Lecture date: 2016-02-10 Organised by Sam Jacoby While the term ‘urban design’ originates from a conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1956, this was not the first time that the urban was defined as a problem arising between planning and design. Ildefons Cerdà already recognised this a century earlier when coining the term ‘urbanisation’. Also, rather than considering urban design as an academic field with practical orientation that operates between architecture, landscape architecture and planning as an inter-, intra, multi- or cross-disciplinary practice, what if its value is not a management of differences, but the instrumentalisation of conflicts? The resurgence of urban design education and research is only partially explained by global urbanisation, or the failur...