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Seven teams compete to design new Edinburgh landmark

The seven diverse proposals from the teams vying to win the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition and revitalise West Princes Street Gardens now go on show to the public. Concept designs displayed in online gallery, and at a public exhibition... View Article

Look inside the Copper in Architecture Awards judging

Eight diverse projects from across Europe have been shortlisted for the 2017 European Copper in Architecture Awards. This following gives a preview of the shortlist and a glimpse inside the judging process. Celebrating the beauty and versatility of copper and... View Article

RIBA North opens in Liverpool

A new architecture centre for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) opened in Liverpool on 17 June. The centre, RIBA North, is designed by Matt Brook of Broadway Malyan, the practice behind the wider Mann Island development on the... View Article

Rebecca Thompson takes over as CIOB President

Rebecca Thompson FCIOB, a specialist in heritage conservation and lecturer in building studies, has become the 114th President of the Chartered Institute of Building, only the second female ever to hold that position. Rebecca used her inaugural address in front... View Article

BIM challenges are focus for tata steel online discussion

The challenges the construction industry faces to meet Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 – particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) – will be the focus of a webinar discussion led by Tata Steel on Tuesday 27 June 2017... View Article

Grenfell Tower blaze results in dozens of fatalities

A major fire at the recently-refurbished Grenfell Tower in west London has resulted in several deaths, and over 50 injuries. The 24-storey block suffered severe damage which rapidly spread through many of the 120 flats, and there are fears the... View Article

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
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