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Lincoln architects build on success with new hires

Growing architecture firm, LK2 Architects Ltd, has expanded its team with the addition of two new professionals. Thomas Atkinson, who joins as an architect, previously worked for a major high street retailer as a lead architect where he saw key... View Article

The Norman Foster foundation officially opens In Madrid

This month, Manuela Carmena, mayor of Madrid, and Norman Foster, president of the Norman Foster Foundation (NFF), inaugurated the Foundation in Madrid by hosting the Future is Now forum. The forum was held in the Royal Theatre and brought together... View Article

High rise Tyne project set to go

Newcastle based property specialist, All Saints Living, is to undertake the development of one of the city’s tallest buildings. Acknowledged by planners to have an elegant, landmark architectural style, the 82 metre high structure – in Rutherford Street, off St... View Article

Heathcotes Group opens two new facilities near Nottingham

Care provider Heathcotes Group is opening two new facilities near Nottingham following the redevelopment of its original estate in Hucknall. The two newly refurbished buildings at Watnall Road offer a range of specialist person-centred services: Gilbert Lodge supports people with... View Article

Groundtrax Systems for ground reinforcement products

Groundtrax Systems Ltd is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of ground reinforcement products. Our extensive range of products means we can always provide the optimum solution – from pedestrian access through to roads, car parks and storage areas capable... View Article

Architectural places to get lost in Barcelona

Barcelona is a big and beautiful city with a very rich architectural legacy. From Romanesque to Gothic and Renaissance buildings, but known mainly by Catalan Modernism, it’s a place full of culture. Museums, neighbourhoods, religious and civil buildings, it’s so... View Article

CallisonRTKL predicts the future of multifamily living

CallisonRTKL, a leading green multifamily design practice in the world, has unveiled Vertical Living: Home of the Future, a data- and insight-driven digital report that predicts the future of residential design. The interactive report explores the technology, sustainable innovations, wellness concepts,... View Article

Keeping the burglars out with steel windows

Difficult to force because of the inherent strength of their frames, steel windows are not liked by burglars. One of the best deterrents to a prospective thief is the traditional ‘cottage’ style steel window, divided into small frames, with interlocked... View Article

New Video: Designing the perfect rugby stadium

Rugby legends discuss the rugby stadium of the future with HOK. HOK, a leading sports architecture firm, gathered four world-class rugby players to discuss what they would like to see in rugby stadiums of the future. John Rhodes, a director... View Article

Joseph Walsh unveils Magnus Modus

A site-specific 7-metre wood sculpture commissioned for the Courtyard of the National Gallery of Ireland. Irish studio workshop Joseph Walsh Studio unveils its latest commission Magnus Modus, a large scale, seven metre tall, free-form sculpture made of multiple layers of... View Article

Landmark development in Donaldson’s grounds now underway

Work has started on a highly-anticipated new development in Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. A sweeping crescent of glass-fronted, contemporary new residences will be created in the grounds of Donaldson’s, one of the city’s most iconic locations. CALA Homes is behind the... View Article
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