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Numerology information Balmond:
- Name Number: 7. Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Balmond:
- Person 1: Whats up? Person 2: That's what your face said!!! Person 1: Stop saying that's what your face said to everything I say or i'll throw balmonds at you!!
Books about Balmond:
- Crossover - Oct 21, 2013 by Cecil Balmond
- Informal - Apr 30, 2007 by Cecil Balmond
- Pamphlet Architecture 27: Tooling - Nov 1, 2005 by Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch
- Element - Aug 1, 2007 by Cecil Balmond
- Number 9: The Search for the Sigma Code - Apr 1998 by Cecil Balmond
- Som Journal: Recent Projects - Feb 2, 2002 by Cecil Balmond and Wilfried Wang
- Digital Tectonics - Apr 2, 2004 by Neil Leach and David Turnbull
- Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2005: Alvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto De Moura - Mar 1, 2006 by Cecil Balmond and Hans-Ulrich Obrist
- Anish Kapoor: Marsyas - May 1, 2003 by Donna De Salvo and Cecil Balmond
- A+U Special Issue: Cecil Balmond - May 1, 2006 by A+U Special Issue
Wiki information Balmond:
- Cecil Balmond
- Project participant, Structural engineer, Engineer, Influence Node, Architect, Author, Person
[[File:ArcelorMittal Orbit.jpg|thumb|190x190px]] Cecil Balmond OBE is a Sri Lankan – British designer, artist, architect, and writer. In 1968 Balmond joined Ove Arup & Partners, leading him to become deputy chairman. In 2000 he founded design and...
- Ito-Balmond Serpentine Pavilion
The Ito-Balmond Serpentine Pavilion is a structure designed by Cecil Balmond and Toyo Ito and originally built for the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion programme in London's Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, in 2002 and now part of a restaurant in southern...
- Tees Valley Giants
- Project focus, Artwork, Structure, Location
The Tees Valley Giants was intended as a £15 million series of five art installations by sculptor Anish Kapoor and structural designer Cecil Balmond. The artwork was planned to be created in the towns of Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar...
- Pedro e Inês bridge
- Location, Bridge, Structure
The Pedro e Inês bridge is a footbridge opened in 2007 in the town of Coimbra in Portugal. It is designed by Cecil Balmond and was done with Portuguese based civil engineer, António Adão da Fonseca. Spanning the Rio Mondego, the 600 ft structure...
- Star of Caledonia
The Star of Caledonia, also called the Gretna Landmark, is a planned sculpture designed by Cecil Balmond, Charles Jencks and Andy Goldsworthy. It is to be located near Gretna, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, close to the England-Scotland border. The...
Marsyas is a 150 meter-long, ten storey high sculpture designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond. It was on show at Tate Modern gallery, London in 2003 and was commissioned as part of the Unilever Series. Marsyas is the third in a series of...
- Weave Bridge
- Bridge, Location, Structure
The Weave Bridge is a 145 ft bridge at The University of Pennsylvania, USA which was conceptualized by Cecil Balmond and engineered by Ammann & Whitney. It was commissioned by the University in 2007, and opened in June 2009. The bridge creates a...
- Victoria and Albert Museum Spiral
The Victoria and Albert Museum Spiral was a proposed extension to a 19th-century London building that is home to the world's largest museum of decorative arts. It was designed by Daniel Libeskind and the mathematician and engineer, Cecil Balmond. The...