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ICONOVA: Adding value to its Environment

Iconova Residential Complex designed by Tago Architects with an innovative approach, establishes a center of attraction for the city of Gaziantep representing environmental awareness that feeds from, and in return adds value to its environment making use of the local... View Article

BDP announces new Chair

Chris Harding has been elected the new Chair of BDP and takes up the role from 1 January. He began his career at BDP in Sheffield in 1989 and has been a company director for 14 years. He is currently... View Article

SFE FAÇADE2016 competition winners announced

Against a backdrop of a record number of entries from facade practices and partnerships located around the world, the winners of the 2016 Facade competition organised by the Society of Facade Engineering have been announced. The results were kept a... View Article

Metroburbia – The anatomy of Greater London

This in-depth exploration of London’s vast suburbs casts them in a new and fascinating light. Far from being the featureless and amorphous sprawl that they might initially appear to be, the city’s suburbs are surprisingly organised and diverse, with unique... View Article

Vandersanden Group acquires Hoskins Brick

Belgian brick and pavers manufacturer, Vandersanden Group, has today announced its acquisition of Hoskins Brick Limited, the company’s exclusive UK distribution partner. Vandersanden Group is one of the largest brick manufacturers in Europe, with a total annual production capacity of... View Article

BSRIA awarded Cyber Essentials Certificate of Compliance

BSRIA is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the Cyber Essentials Certificate of Compliance, which certifies that the BIS/14/696 required standards are met. Malc Leary, BSRIA’s Head of IT and Telecoms said: “We are delighted to be awarded... View Article

BSRIA event: Measuring occupant wellbeing: The seven steps

The importance of occupant wellbeing has attracted more attention recently as it is now generally accepted that if an occupant’s wellbeing reduces, productivity will typically reduce as well. So workplaces should not only be environmentally friendly but also friendly to... View Article

Knauf AMF delivers feel good acoustic design

Knauf AMF specialist acoustic ceiling solutions are installed throughout one of the largest leisure complexes in London, Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre. The flagship leisure centre is part of the council’s ambitious multi-million-pound sports venue investment programme and is the... View Article

Major award win for Leicester’s leading architect!

Leicester and London-based multi-disciplinary architectural practice, rg+p Ltd has received a coveted ProCon Award 2016 for a highly specialised building project in the heart of the historic and multicultural city where the practice was founded over thirty years ago. The... View Article

Announcing the winners of development awards

The winners of the 2016 Kent Design and Development Awards have been revealed, with The Wing at Capel-le-Ferne named Project of the Year. Twenty-three developments were shortlisted for the eight categories, with the overall Project of the Year voted for... View Article

SPAB’s Philip Webb Architectural Award 2016

An expert panel met at Spital Square in November to judge the entries in this year’s Philip Webb Award architectural competition. Named in honour of SPAB’s co-founder, the award encourages the sympathetic reuse of existing buildings and sensitive new design... View Article

Smith’s and MINIB partner on fan convectors!

Smith’s, the UK’s market leading supplier of domestic and light commercial fan-assisted hydronic heat emitters is excited to announce their collaboration with MINIB, one of the leading manufacturers of fan convectors in the Czech Republic. This development is a further... View Article

London Festival of Architecture 2017 call for entries opens

The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has issued a call for entries for the 2017 Festival, which will explore ”memory” through a city-wide public programme of events from 1-30 June 2017. Proposals are invited from architects, artists, developers – in... View Article
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