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SHARDSoftware Hazard Analysis and Resolution in Design (development process)
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Peled's shards are created for the specific purposes of the sculpture.
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Indeed, since most of the Shard is still unoccupied, perhaps it's an early front-runner for the Stirling Prize of 2016.
In terms of hospitality, restaurants Oblix, Aqua Shard and Hutong established themselves in the tower last summer.
A Warwick Business School spokesman said: "WBS has submitted a planning application to base its London premises in one of London's most iconic modern buildings, The Shard.
At 1,016 feet (making it the tallest building in Western Europe), The Shard, 900,000 square feet in total, contains office space, hotel, residential apartments, restaurants and viewing galleries with unparalleled views of south east England.
A Greenpeace activist unveils a Save The Arctic flag on top of the Shard Building
THE viewing platform of London's Shard has been closed to visitors as Greenpeace activists scale Britain's tallest building in protest at drilling in the Arctic.
11 ( ANI ): A French male rock climber, who has been nicknamed 'Spider-man' for his affinity to climb world's tallest and most iconic landmarks, has set his sights on London's Shard - the highest building in the European Union.
James Episcopou, 22, proposed to girlfriend Laura Taylor on the 72nd floor of the 1,016ft Shard, as Western Europe's tallest building opened to the public yesterday.
Coined as a "Vertical City", the sky really is the limit with The Shard, with a viewing platform, 27 floors of office space, three floors of restaurants, a 200-bed five-star hotel and 10 apartments at a price of PS50m each, taking "a room with a view" to a new level.
Travel Business Review-January 15, 2013--The View from the Shard to Open for London Visitors in February 2013(C)2013] ENPublishing - http://www.