Ray Hole Architects
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Ray Hole Architects is an English architectural practice, based in Croydon, specialising in cultural and leisure-based projects.
Their work includes the VW and Bentley Pavilions at Autostadt (the former winning an FX International Design and Architecture Award); Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum (2008) at the London Pavilion, Piccadilly Circus; Hafod Eryri, the new £8.4M Snowdon summit building (2009); and buildings at Marwell Wildlife.
They have also undertaken masterplanning projects, such as for the Hurghada Cultural Leisure Centre in Egypt.
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