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Thursday September 10th, 2015

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The future Law Courts, Paris’s second building over 50 metres

The Home Tower was the first building standing more than 50 metres tall to be built in Paris since the 1970s, and now the future Law Courts building is following in its footsteps. The building designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano is expected to reach 160 metres once work at the site is completed in […]

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