Joules’ New Head Office Development Obtains Planning Permission

Leading design agency and architectural practice, Edge Architecture + Design (‘Edge’) is delighted to announce that its exciting redevelopment plans for the British lifestyle brand, Joules, new head office were this week granted planning permission by Harborough District Council. The... View Article

RGU student’s communal garden officially opened by Housing Minister

A communal garden on the site of the old Craiginches Prison designed by a student from Robert Gordon University’s Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment has been officially opened by the Scottish Housing Minister, Kevin Stewart MSP. RGU Architecture student Lina Khairy’s ‘Break Free’... View Article

ARCHITECT@WORK moves to the Old Truman Brewery for 2019 show

ARCHITECT@WORK, a carefully curated annual two-day trade event aimed at architects, interior designers and specifiers, will move to Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch for the seventh London edition 30th to 31st January 2019. The two days include free admission for... View Article

Restaurant Gütsch is shortlisted at WAF 2018

Restaurant Gütsch will be presented to the international jury at World Architecture Festival 2018 to be held in Amsterdam between 28th and 30th of November. The project is shortlisted for the Leisure Led Development category in this year’s architecture festival. Restaurant Gütsch is... View Article

astudio appoints Miguel Vidal as Computational Design Lead

astudio, the award-winning architectural practice, has appointed Miguel Vidal to the role of Project Architect and Computational Design Lead. Miguel will run the practice’s innovation and computation strategic design approach, utilising these techniques to drive the environmental sustainability of astudio’s projects and... View Article