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Vent-Axia Welcomes New Clean Air Strategy Consultation

Leading British ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is delighted to welcome DEFRA’s new Clean Air Strategy consultation, published on 22 May 2018, which confirms the importance of clean air in the home. This draft strategy outlines the Government’s ambitions to reduce air pollution,... View Article

In-Patient unit insulated with Kingspan

Kingspan Insulation products have been installed throughout the envelope of the new in-patient unit at St David’s Hospice Care in Newport, creating a warm, comfortable environment for patients to receive first-class care. The 15-bed unit adjoins an existing day hospice,... View Article

The inseparable duo of Manhattan

The familiar look of the New York skyline has now been interrupted by a pair of eye-catching skyscrapers on the banks of the East River. The copper-clad, dual residential towers are reminiscent of a couple dancing, kinked at the hip... View Article

London Festival of Architecture 2018: Walks and tours

Walks and tours are a perenially popular element of the London Festival of Architecture programme: opportunities to get out and about, experience buildings that may or may not be familiar, and to learn more about the fascinating city around us.... View Article

ZHA’s Morpheus Hotel opens in Macau

Morpheus, a new flagship hotel for the City of Dreams resort in Macau, has opened. Asia’s most popular entertainment destination, Macau welcomed more than 32 million tourists in 2017, with visitor numbers increasing every year. Located in Cotai, Macau, City... View Article
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Crisis planning

Sam Dewar of DPA Planning offers a planner’s perspective on the housing crisis Britain is unquestionably in the grip of a housing crisis, one of the worst in living memory. We face a chronic shortage of the decent type of... View Article

Sea Lanes proposals for Madeira Drive project unveiled

Sea Lanes Brighton Ltd unveils ambition to create a national open water centre of excellence in Brighton. The proposed plans will transform the former Peter Pan site on Madeira Drive, Brighton, by delving deep into its history and culture and... View Article

City Benches revealed

The London Festival of Architecture has unveiled a series of new one-off public benches, designed by emerging architects and designers, and installed in partnership with the City of London Corporation and Cheapside Business Alliance as the City of London features... View Article

Clarity of vision

Forming a cluster of overlapping, pristine volumes, a new university campus in Milan brings an artistic formal composition together with leading edge medical practice, research and study. Sébastien Reed reports With its origins in the creation of a nursing degree... View Article

Unique slimness in steel

Thermally insulated windows and fixed glazing with an unparalleled slim line facing width of 55mm (window/overlapping casements) and 23mm for glazing become a reality with the new forster unico XS profile system. Filigree sash bars and slim line frames with... View Article
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