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Koski Solomon & Ruthven Architects

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Koski Solomon & Ruthven Architects has won planning permission for a 9000m2 nine-storey block of flats over a seven-storey underground Trevi car-stacking system which guides cars into spaces by computer from a hydraulic ramp. The 101 flats at 60 Vauxhall Bridge, London, cost £15 million. Richard Solomon said this was the first big development in the uk to use a below-ground Trevi system, which costs around £20,000 per car space to implement.

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