A stainless steel building that reflects the historic architecture

In the center of the historic cit of Graz, Austria, an Austrian studio has designed a building that reflects the architecture around it. The center of Graz, listed in the UNESCO world heritage, hosts a row of contiguous houses from the Wilhelm era; the place in which this building was erected, was the only vacant place in the street. Because the building had to respect several historic protection guidelines, the architects designed a simple facade of stainless steel that reflects the near 19th century history. The stainless steel use was the best choice to reach the goal to reflect the history around, its reflective power perfectly combines with its durability and its anti-corrosion properties.

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    1. Elly

      The problem with the .38 Super is the .38 ACP.I understand that today’s .38 Super brass, at normal loadings, is commonly stamped +P, in the hope that this might prevent the underinformed from firing it in their .38 autos (or in their 9mm Largo Llamas, for that matter).Were it not for this dangerous coiittmbilpay, today’s 38 Super +P rounds would already be at .357 Mag performance levels, and would be a highly attractive alternative to 9mm and 9mm+P for M1911s with grip frames having full .45 ACP front-to-back dimensions (as almost all except the EMP do).Too bad the WC doesn’t have a rail. Does it accept CT Lasergrips?

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