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Terry Farrell & Partners

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Terry Farrell & Partners has beaten rivals Jonathan Louth Architects, Timpson Manley, and buj Architects to design two glass pavilions for restaurants by a pier in Greenwich, South London. The design, beside the Royal Naval College and Cutty Sark Gardens, will be en route to the Millennium Dome and will include two restaurants, a wine bar, a cafe and four kiosks. One roof of steel and aluminium will cover two two-storey curved buildings and an external piazza. The finished scheme, costing around £3 million, will be built alongside an 1830s promenade which will be a stopping-off point for river boats to and from the dome. Client Centros Miller will take a long lease on the land when the 2000m2 project is completed by the millennium. Greenwich Hospital and the Port of London Authority own the land.

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