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You would think if you were in a place that you worked, and you passed by an underground building, you would take note of it.
Three thousand ancient settlements have also been located by scientists who studied infra-red images which allowed them to see underground buildings.
With its origins rooted amid underground buildings and green roofs, the building surely owes something to that memorable burst of designs for disturbingly surreal but formal subterranean architecture, half dug into the landscape by Emilio Ambasz.
More than a dozen staff dressed in company jackets quickly moved people from the various parts of the underground building including its theatre, education centre, restaurant and shop to outside the centre.
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Among several atomic facilities Iran has declared are uranium mines near the city of Yazd, and a uranium-enrichment plant in Natanz incorporating large underground buildings that could accommodate thousands of gas centrifuges.
Playfair's two noble Doric buildings on The Mound, the National Gallery and Royal Scottish Academy, in a largely underground building, designed by John Miller and Partners to house the National Gallery's first purpose-built exhibition space.
LEIGHTON, KUMAGAI GUMI WIN PERTH TRAIN STATIONS TENDER PERTH - Construction company Leighton Holdings Pty Ltd and Japanese underground building specialist Kumagai Gumi have been named preferred tenderers for building underground train stations in central Perth.