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Extended Study – Templeman Library, Canterbury

The design of a new extension to a university library in Kent both acts as a counterpoint to the pre-existing 1960s brutalist building, and achieves unification between old and new. Sébastien Reed reports. The original masterplan for the University of... View Article

Ketley Brick achieves major success in the Brick Awards

Ketley Brick’s flagship project, Victoria Gate, Leeds, has won two categories of the prestigious 2017 Brick Development Association (BDA)‘Brick Awards’. As one of the longest established and most widely respected building awards in the UK, the annual BDA Brick Awards... View Article

Consent secured on phase two at the Timberyard Deptford

Leading international property and infrastructure group, Lendlease, has secured consent for its latest phase at The Timberyard Deptford, for the company’s first Build to Rent scheme in the area, designed by Hawkins\Brown Architects. The reserved matters approval for Phase Two of the... View Article

Earthy and airy

Rachel Haugh, one of the name-givers of SimpsonHaugh and Partners Group LLP (Manchester/London), has noted that there are two vital requirements for the design of a high-rise. One is to ensure it is well-connected on street level, and the other... View Article

A destination of choice: Riverside Bedford

Bedford Riverside Regeneration Limited a joint venture between Coplan Estates and Linkcity, in partnership with Bedford Borough Council has completed Bedford Riverside North, a £40m mixed-use town centre scheme that has repositioned Bedford as an exciting retail and leisure destination.... View Article

Vortice launches new website

Vortice has launched its new website for the UK market at www.vortice.ltd.uk The site is mobile-friendly and in keeping with the group’s corporate websites around the world.  Customers can order online, view technical details for each product and compare different... View Article

Come rain or come shine

Neolith Strata Argentum, Pierre Blue, Iron Corten, Calacatta, Estatuario and Nero Zimbabwe have been specified by US Architects, Arquitectonica, for the façade of pioneering mixed-use development Hudson Lights, in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Hudson Lights, which sits a stone’s throw... View Article

Flying light

Kalwall® translucent cladding has transformed the newly completed 4,200 square metre extension at Indiana’s South Bend Regional Airport. Designed by architects Ken Herceg and Associates, the new terminal comprises five gates, restaurants, gift shops and break-out areas all housed under... View Article
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