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Stylish and sustainable – Trondheim’s new student village

Europe’s largest cross laminated timber structure complete with Kebony cladding Moholt 50|50, Trondheim’s latest student accommodation, is set to become Europe’s largest cross laminated timber structure and a welcome addition to the city. With construction now drawing to a close,... View Article

Ambitious plan to transform The Courtauld Institute of Art revealed

The Courtauld Institute of Art has unveiled an ambitious new set of architectural proposals by Witherford Watson Mann Architects for its historic Somerset House premises in central London. The Stirling Prize-winning practice’s proposal responds to The Courtaulds’s ‘Courtauld Connects’ initiative... View Article

Flagship arts centre to open in Manchester

A new arts building with cutting edge facilities is set to open in Manchester next Monday, 19 September. The £55m New Adelphi Arts Centre is part of the University of Salford and will house many of its School of Arts and... View Article

Knauf’s Regal ranges receives planning assent

Proposing the Regal range of colours – developed by Knauf for its Presto render range – has enabled Cavanna Homes to work closely with South Hams District Council’s planning department to achieve a pleasing external aesthetic at its Origins development, set in the heart... View Article

North London mixed-use scheme gets go-ahead

An eight-floor mixed use scheme will be build in North London after Barnet Council granted a planning consent last Thursday, 8 September. The development at 60 West Hendon Broadway will replace an existing tile and bath retail store with a... View Article

Living in former warehouses

Blairderry Road forms part of an urban block defined by four local roads. To the east, the character is of mixed use buildings including residential, local retail, offices and shops and services located along the length of Streatham Hill. The... View Article

Science fiction and climate facts – the Met Office

A new sci-fi-inspired Met Office base in Devon is set to become an architectural landmark as well as a top destination for environmental scientists exploring how our climate works. Stephen Cousins reports from the scene. Devon’s reputation for cider and... View Article

Bostik cures Hope Health Centre’s flooring requirements

A range of subfloor preparation and adhesive products from Bostik have been chosen by OSS Commercial Flooring Ltd for the development of a new health centre, which serves the communities of Hope and Caergwrle in Flintshire, North-West Wales. Castlemead Group... View Article

Steeling the limelight – Four St Pancras Square

Part of the swathes of land being revived by the the King’s Cross regeneration, Four Pancras Square is a steel giant which conjures up memories of London’s industrial heartland. Steve Menary reports. Replicating rusty metal might not seem an obvious... View Article

A lesson in large-scale Passivhaus – University of Leicester

Over a kilometre of ‘earth tubes,’ offsite manufacture, and air tests using an aircraft engine were all required to make the UK’s largest Passivhaus building a reality. Stephen Cousins reports. Passivhaus is the fastest-growing energy performance standard in the world, but... View Article

Foster + Partners: Work on ‘floating’ glass HQ gets underway

Work on a landmark office facility designed by Fosters + Partners has begun this week in Copenhagen, Denmark. The 39,000 m² building will be the new headquarters of Ferring Pharamceuticals A/S  and is located on the Danish capital’s waterfront in Kastrup near the Copenhagen... View Article

AHR completes new Hicks Gate Fire Station in Keynsham

AHR has completed the £4.3 million Hicks Gates Fire Station in Keynsham, Bristol. The site is located between Keynsham and Bristol with good access to the local road network. The 1,700m² station is split into two main volumes, consisting of five appliance bays... View Article
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