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Heradesign sheds new light on industrial heritage

The Engine Shed is Scotland’s brand new national building conservation centre. Initiated, designed and operated by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), this learning and visitor resource celebrates and promotes the use of traditional building materials, skills and conservation knowledge serving as... View Article

Contemporary copper in Australia

A World Architecture Festival Finalist in 2016, this apartment building designed by SJB, in a prominent Sydney location is defined by its restrained palette of quality materials, including Nordic Copper from Aurubis. Commanding expansive views over Sydney Harbour, 10 Wylde... View Article

Bold brass

Road and rail tunnels are not often associated with inspirational design but this tunnel portal building in Austria, defined by perforated Nordic Brass copper alloy from Aurubis, takes a particularly bold approach. The 5.5km long Bosruck Tunnel passes through the... View Article

A compact choice for safety

A new compact safety sensor for automatic swing doors has been added to GEZE’s suite of activation devices and sensor systems. The GC 342 sensor is a presence detector with a clean and modern line which is aesthetically pleasing while... View Article

Panasonic UK Sponsor RAC Cooling Industry awards

Panasonic UK are delighted to announce that they will be the category sponsor for RAC Contractor of the Year at the 2017 RAC Cooling Awards. The RAC Cooling Industry Awards have been one of the largest and most respected awards... View Article

Rockfon ceiling solutions for work, rest and play

Weaponness Park in Scarborough, a former brownfield site, has been transformed into a £15million development comprising an improved community leisure centre, a new stadium for Scarborough Athletic Football Club (bringing the club back to the town), a University Technical College... View Article

Gilberts in plaster….

Building services can more easily align with current interior design fashions with a new option in ventilation. Reflecting trending design for ceilings in commercial buildings, Gilberts has refined its standard, linear and high capacity slot diffuser border options to enable... View Article

Levolux delivers top class solution

The award-winning, £42 million Vijay Patel Building at De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester, combines several structural elements, each distinguished by a contrasting, yet highly effective external solar shading and screening solution, courtesy of Levolux. The development, named after Dr... View Article

Tiny homes: Secrets to layout & interior design

Planner 5D, interior design platform, shares advice about tiny home layout and design based on a tiny house competition.  Tiny house movement is changing the way many people live. A tiny house – rarely exceeding 500 square ft (46 sq m)... View Article

Developing strategies for better internal environments

David Mowatt of Lareine Engineering, discusses the dual roles of daylighting & ventilation in creating healthy and safe internal environments. Every building, whatever its purpose, must provide a controlled internal environment that is protected from the variable and uncontrollable external... View Article
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