Neaco’s expertise meets demanding college specification

Neaco’s expertise in the education sector was put to good use for a demanding specification at Hymers College in Kingston-upon-Hull, where the company’s Spectrum balustrade was extensively installed within a new state-of-the-art music facility. Built by Hobson & Porter, the... View Article

Less than a week to Sleep

The countdown is on for Sleep 2014, which opens its doors on Wednesday 26th November at 10am. Over two days, Europe’s leading hotel design and development event will offer an exceptional array of ground-breaking ideas and newly launched products for... View Article

Nano technology provides point-of-use safety

DELABIE is launching its new TMV3 approved point-of-use thermostatic mixer the Premix NANO. Its compact design can supply mixed water for one or two basin taps or one shower. Legionella control The new HSG 274 part 2 guidelines recommend installing... View Article

Dawn Queue for Canal Side Regeneration Scheme

Saturday 6am saw the first in the queue of buyers eager to reserve a new home in the West Drayton Waterside development close to Heathrow; another successful Clearview Homes and Assael Architects regeneration scheme partnership. By the afternoon Eighty-five percent... View Article

JLL unveils newly revamped London office headquarters

JLL has unveiled its newly designed Warwick Street flagship headquarters in London’s West End. Commenting on the revamped offices, Guy Grainger, JLL UK CEO, said: “JLL takes the wellbeing of our employees very seriously and places a great deal of... View Article

“alldesign 2015” brings innovations

“alldesign”, which gathers the local and foreign gurus in the world of design and makes Istanbul a design centre, expanded its scope in its fourth year to bring in the new names and innovations! The event will take place on... View Article

Tate creates Minecraft Worlds inspired by Art

Tate has teamed up with leading Minecraft mapmakers to create virtual 3-D worlds inspired by artworks. The virtual environments or ‘maps’ known as Tate Worlds are based on paintings and sculptures in the Tate Collection. Players of the video game... View Article

Architects of your own devices

JP Norman, Head of Technology & Governance at Amicus ITS discusses the importance of desktop virtualisation for architectural practices. With the introduction of Building Information Modeling (BIM) a whole new world of collaborative working has been opened up for architects... View Article