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A real ‘page turner’ for Gerflor

Reading and the loaning of books from libraries in Scotland has been in some decline. However, the Scottish Government places great importance on public libraries and believes everyone should have access to library services. In 2016 the Scottish Government allocated... View Article

Hospital pedestrian crossing sealed with safety in mind

The Royal Victoria Infirmary Hospital have successfully sealed their pedestrian crossings following the installation of Resiblock Ultra Matt. Ten separate crossings, which make up the key pedestrian routes at the Newcastle Hospital, have been sealed to prevent paver destabilisation from... View Article

A luxurious prospect at New York’s Whitby Hotel

New York City’s newest boutique luxury hotel makes a bold statement in upper midtown Manhattan, thanks in no small part to the extensive use of Crittall steel windows, doors and internal screens and partitions. The Whitby is the second in... View Article

Polyflor’s Expona flows through National Waterways Museum

Hardwearing wood effect Expona Flow commercial flooring from vinyl floorcovering specialist Polyflor was recently chosen to give a new lease of life to the National Waterways Museum in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire. Lancashire based interior designers BWD Ltd were contracted to... View Article

Eighty Seven park residences

Located on the edge of parkland and Atlantic Ocean, Eighty Seven Park is at the northern city limit of Miami Beach close to Bal Harbour shopping, Surfside and Miami’s most exclusive district, Indian Creek. Eighty Seven Park marks the gateway... View Article

£2.2m redevelopment of historic Lincoln University unveiled

Contemporary design and flexible teaching spaces are at the heart of Bishop Grosseteste University’s £2.2m redevelopment, which has now completed on site. Delivered by Lincoln-based architects LK2 and local construction company Robert Woodhead Ltd, working with Sutherland Consulting and Price & Myers. The project was... View Article

New apartments approved for Birmingham city centre

Planning has been approved for the construction of 367 new apartments on two derelict industrial sites in Digbeth, Birmingham. Designed by Whittam Cox Architects on behalf of client ESRG, the approved plans include demolition works and the erection of a... View Article
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