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A distinguishing recreational centre in Istanbul: Watergarden

The Watergarden project in Istanbul – the spatial organisation and the interior design of which belongs to GVDS – Gorkem Volkan Design Studio is distinguished from the stereotypical shopping malls with its innovative concept of a recreational centre focusing only... View Article

Sealing the deal of airtightness

Iain Fairnington of the A.Proctor Group, discusses how the performance of the building envelope can be improved through airtight membranes. The need for airtightness is driven by the global challenge to reduce carbon emissions and the drive to create more... View Article

The mother of invention: metal comes of age

Lee Davies from CA Group discusses what is claimed to be ground-breaking technology that enables metal buildings to compete with brick when it comes to fire protection. Over the past few years, demands on the construction industry have resulted in... View Article

Lalit London – Indian opulence meets Victorian grandeur

Former grammar school becomes London’s first luxury boutique Indian hotel Opening in January 2017 and situated on the South Bank in the Tower Bridge Conservation Area, the Lalit London occupies the former home of renowned London grammar school St Olave’s.... View Article

Greening the envelope

Senior landscape architect at Arup, Sally Armour discusses weaving health and resilience into our cities through green building envelopes. Increasingly, the human population is becoming more urbanised – and by the end of the century it is estimated that 7... View Article

Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move

Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move is a unique compendium that celebrates mobile architecture in all its forms. A visual ode to life on the move, and comprehensive in both its breadth and range, this publication explores mobile structures ranging from... View Article

BAL launches new RIBA-approved outside tiling CPD

BAL – a UK market-leader for tiling solutions including adhesives, grouts, levelling waterproofing and drainage – have launched a new CPD seminar on external tiling to balconies and terraces. The new RIBA-approved CPD seminar provides architects, specifiers and contractors with an... View Article

Kalwall creates healthy shelter

Around eight million people a year are expected to be sheltering under Kalwall at the beautifully-designed new bus station at West Croydon. Designed by Transport for London Architects, this is an unusual example of how translucent Kalwall can offer many... View Article

Terrain has a ball on O2 Project

Europe’s largest pillar free ballroom can now welcome dancers from around the globe thanks to the installation of an innovative drainage system. The 4,800 metre2 ballroom, situated in the InterContinental London O2 Hotel, is located close to its iconic namesake,... View Article

It’s Magical by Pulsar

Pulsar were proud to support a local village community, who transformed a corner of the woods and an old railway hut into Santa’s Grotto, providing something to remember for all who attended. “It’s magical!” said a little girl (unprompted) as... View Article
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