BSW

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AcronymDefinition
BSWBlind Spot Warning (vehicles)
BSWBachelor of Social Work (degree)
BSWBerleburger Schaumstoffwerk (German foam manufacturer)
BSWBundesverband Solarwirtschaft (German Solar Industry Association)
BSWBrettspielWelt (online gaming site)
BSWBavarian Soundwerks (audio solution provider; Atlanta, GA)
BSWBureau of Solid Waste (various locations)
BSWBfs Software
BSWBroadcast Supply Worldwide
BSWBeer, Spirits and Wine (Australia)
BSWBiblical Studies on the Web
BSWBritish Standard Whitworth (imperial unit based screw thread standard)
BSWBarcelona Summer Week (Spain)
BSWBlack Side Wall (vehicle tires with no markings whitewalls or raised lettering)
BSWBayard Service Web (France)
BSWBaiso (SIL code, Ethiopia)
BSWBrede School West (Netherlands)
BSWBrown Smith Wallace, LLC
BSWBuried Service Wire
BSWBlack Sea Water
BSWBritish School of Washington (Washington, DC)
BSWBaldwin Shelston Waters (NZ)
BSWBirmingham Symphonic Winds (UK)
BSWBotanical Society of Washington
BSWBag Solutions Worldwide (Austria)
BSWBottom Sediment and Water
BSWBible Studies on the Web
BSWBioscience Writers
BSWBlack Swan Resources
BSWBasic Sediment & Water
BSWBlue Sky Windows
BSWBesonders Schöne Wideos
BSWBiofeedback Society of Washington
BSWBerger Software
BSWBritish Shielding Windows
BSWBayou State Wrestling (Louisiana Wrestling Organization)
BSWBackward Surface Wave
BSWBattered Spouse Waiver (legal)
BSWBaking Software (Chile)
BSWBetter, Same, Worse
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A second, even more subtle sense of entrance is established by a set of four steps that approach the glass wall, where we are offered the choice of turning to the left corner of the glass, to pass informally out into the garden, or turning to the right corner, to head up the formal stairway attached to the black side wall. The steps are precisely aligned with the tallest slice of vertical space, and the eye is aimed at the elusive bridge above as we ascend.
Kazuyo Sejima's first floor information department and children's library is a monochromatic composition of white lino tiles, suspended metal channels and a silver-studded black side wall. Sejima, who formerly worked for Ito, designed whimsical grey foam benches that resemble clover leaves, and screened the children's area and staff offices in undulating gauze drapes.