One Thousand Museum photographed by Hufton+Crow

One Thousand Museum is a 62-storey residential tower opposite Museum Park in Miami. With views across Biscayne Bay, this popular 30-acre park was redeveloped in 2013 as one of downtown Miami’s primary public spaces and includes the city’s new art... View Article

Colourful, practical door protection for Radiology Department

The Northern General Hospital in Sheffield chose Yeoman Shield fire rated door protection systems to refurbish doors in the Radiology Department. The configuration and refurbishment of the department was undertaken to improve patient flow, the overall environment and to rationalise... View Article

Washroom Washroom achieves highest ever turnover in 2019

Last year, leading washroom designer and manufacturer, Washroom Washroom, enjoyed its eighteenth consecutive year of growth, achieving its biggest single year-on-year increase in turnover – up 30.5 per cent on 2018’s previous record. It was a hugely successful year for... View Article

AluK joins Specifi architecture roadshows

AluK’s specification support team will be out and about throughout 2020, meeting clients and specifiers at five of the Specifi architecture events taking place around the country. The aluminium fenestration specialist will be in Leeds on March 17, and then... View Article

Eurobrick make an impression on Borough High Street

Brick slip cladding specialists Eurobrick have been busy in South East London recently, with their approved installers working on two redevelopment projects on the same road, the busy Borough High Street. At 218-220 Borough High Street, ML Brickwork (Southern) carried... View Article

Sustainability and sound design at The Chamberlain Hotel

When interior design company Sibley Grove was appointed to re-design the public areas at The Chamberlain Hotel near Tower Hill in London, sustainability was paramount. The company ethos states that design should be a vehicle for positive change – both... View Article

Aluminium curtain walling sets new standards in house building

Mention curtain walling to any specifier or house builder and it’s odds on they won’t associate it with residential designs. Nonetheless, technical developments have gradually extended their scope, first to multiple occupancy housing projects and subsequently to architect-designed homes. Curtain... View Article

235 Grand

Calling upon their considerable experience in the rapidly expanding Jersey City area, HLW was engaged as design architect and architect of record for 235 Grand, a 45-story rental apartment tower complete with an internal garage, building amenities and retail space.... View Article

Ecodesign Stoves and the Clean Air Strategy

2019 Clean Air Strategy In January 2019 the UK government published its Clean Air Strategy in which it stated that that the “increase in burning solid fuels (wood and coal) in our homes (domestic burning) is having an impact on... View Article

Floor tiles and tiles that look like wood

Explore the different options of floor tiles and how you can achieve the natural look with the tiles that look like wood. Floors are such a primary element that just putting a roof over it can create the primary structure... View Article