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New house wrap with superior flame retardancy

Powerlon® FlameOutTM is a new house wrap breather membrane that is flame retardant to Class B for all timber wall installations. FlameOut has been developed by Industrial Textiles & Plastics Ltd (ITP), industry leaders in flame retardant technology, and joins... View Article

Scottish school sets tough test for Redland Cambrian

Lochwinnoch Primary School has provided a showcase for Cambrian Slate, showing how an early 1900s traditional building can still retain its original appearance using a modern slate substitute, along with traditional slate detailing. The roof of the 111-year-old school was... View Article

Caledonian ‘smart’ choice for Academies

One of the UK’s leading offsite building solution provider, Caledonian, will be exhibiting at The Academies Show Birmingham 2017, 22 November, NEC. Visitors to stand B34 will be able to find out how a number of schools and academies around... View Article

Altro resins transform university renovation

A package of Altro resins products have been used to transform a 30 year old building, which was previously part of the Hewlett Packard campus in Bristol, into the University of the West of England (UWE) Future Space. The building... View Article

First hardwood CLT structure in the United States unveiled

Design firm IKD has unveiled the first hardwood Cross Laminated (HCLT) structure in the United States at the 2017 Exhibit Columbus exhibition. The Conversation Plinth, which has won the Miller Prize, sparks conversation whilst transforming the cityscape, and is situated in the... View Article

Construction works begin on Bora Residential Tower

Construction works have begun on the Bora Residential Tower in Mexico City. Commissioned in 2015 by Nemesis Capital, a Mexican company committed to building new communities of the highest standards, the tower is within Santa Fe, an important business district... View Article

Nulty illuminates Waterloo’s Leake Street arches

Leading-edge lighting design consultacy Nulty, has recently completed work on the regeneration of Leake Street Arches in London’s Waterloo, including lighting 300m of dramatic street art. Originally brought to fame by notorious street artist Banksy, Leake Street, also known as the iconic ‘graffiti... View Article

Atkins-designed specialist care home begins work on site

Work has begun on site at the Atkins-designed Figbury Lodge Care Home, having been granted planning approval in September. The new care home specialises in dementia care and includes a unit especially adapted for resident reablement and rehabilitation, reducing hospital admissions... View Article

International design accolade for road trip diner

A project delivered by design and architect firm Prosper was announced the winner of the ‘Fast/Casual’ category at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards during a ceremony in London this week. Nelson’s Diner, a 1950s-themed restaurant in Newbury, Berkshire, was... View Article

Stretch Metal Ceiling Innovation

The Microsoft Innovation Centre in Mons Belgium is a further example of how Hunter Douglas Architectural Projects work with Architects and designers to help realise their vision. The three dimensional installation was based on a large abstract drawing that composed... View Article

Himlarand Hotel & Spa bridges the land and the sea

Tengbom has been commissioned to develop a parallel proposal for a scenic upgrade of the water-front area of Helsingborg, Sweden. With this project, the private investor Backahill is planning for a new hotel and spa facility. However, Tengbom’s proposal also... View Article
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