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RENOLIT launches new RIBA approved surface design CPD

RENOLIT has launched a new RIBA-approved CPD seminar on the flexibility and uses of thermoformable PVC as a decorative surface which illustrates the benefits of PVC films over other decorative surface materials. The seminar provides architects with an understanding about... View Article

Sourcing done right

Jane Buxey from the stone industry’s trade body speaks to Hutton Stone’s Marcus Paine about what the sector’s focus on ethical sourcing means in practice. Stone Federation Great Britain is the official trade association for the natural stone industry, which... View Article

Stylish acoustic solutions from Knauf AMF make a good start

East Renfrewshire Council is making significant investment to meet the Scottish Government’s legislative requirements to expand their early years provision by 2020. As part of the Council’s ambitious expansion plan, the new Arthurlie Family Centre offers 120 morning and 120... View Article

Simple & affordable underfloor heating with smart controls

Underfloor heating is increasingly becoming popular in new builds and amongst homeowners because of the multiple benefits it lends. Apart from being hidden from sight, it creates a much more comfortable living space, offers the flexibility to be more creative... View Article

HOK-Designed LG Science Park Opens in Seoul

One of the world’s largest corporate research campuses is now open for business. At more than 1 million square metres (the equivalent of 152 football pitches), LG Science Park in Seoul’s Magok District unites staff from eight of LG’s Korean... View Article

Assael Architecture steps outside with the launch of Assael Exteriors

Award-winning practice, Assael Architecture, has launched Assael Exteriors, a division dedicated to masterplanning, urban design and landscaping. Assael Exteriors’ vision is to design urban landscapes and public realm that enhance urban environments by integrating sustainability, health, technology and beauty, tying... View Article

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson designs modern West Seattle Firehouse

Seattle’s newest firehouse, designed by architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, is now complete. The modern facility, which recently earned LEED Platinum certification, replaces a 40-year-old building in West Seattle’s fast-growing Alaska Junction neighborhood. The 18,000-square-foot station is home to Engine Company 32,... View Article

Will brick facades slip up?

Arup’s Alexis Harrison says that while the bricks sector has responded to increased demand from architects seeking to use the material in highly crafted exteriors, they still have questions about the long-term performance of brick slips. When I joined the... View Article

Lowest U-values available

An innovative partnership between Crittall Windows and Crystal Units Ltd is creating glazing that achieves the lowest available U-values combined with a host of other advantages. A new agreement between steel window specialists Crittall and the north-London based Crystal Units... View Article
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