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New world-class concert hall moves a step closer

The project to create Edinburgh’s first new performance building in 100 years is gathering pace following the appointment of an architect-led design team. The task of designing the 1,000-seat auditorium, which will rival the best in Europe for acoustics and... View Article

New Simpson Strong-Tie connectors catalogue

The 2017 edition of Simpson Strong-Tie’s flagship catalogue is here. Alongside the UK’s largest range of connectors for timber and masonry construction, sit over a dozen new products and several range extensions, including: Post Bases I-Joist hangers Angle Brackets Structural... View Article

Marylebone Cricket Club opens Arup-engineered Warner Stand

Arup has collaborated with architects Populous and BAM to redevelop the Warner Stand at the world-famous Lord’s Cricket Ground, delivering innovative engineering solutions. Working with client, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the team has also created a world-class hospitality venue contributing... View Article

Saracen completes its first luxury residential property

Saracen Interiors has completed work on the refurbishment of a luxury, five-bedroom, £2 million property in Guildford, Surrey – marking the leading workplace consultant’s first foray into the high end residential market. Work on the project covered all design work;... View Article

Modern-day California Villa by Malcom Davis Architecture

The Zeev Residence by Malcolm Davis Architecture draws upon its Northern California context, embodying a casual California lifestyle through strong indoor-outdoor connections. Set amongst sweeping redwood and oak trees, the residence resembles a modern-day villa—and is exactly the type of... View Article

Art Jameel enters new phase of development

Art Jameel, a non-profit organisation that supports arts, education and heritage in the Middle East, today announced a number of initiatives designed to enrich the thriving cultural scene in the region and beyond.  Building upon its strong history of exhibitions,... View Article

Lantern for Europe – Europa Building, Brussels

A glowing egg wrapped in a transparent glass screen forms the centrepiece of the new headquarters of the EU Council in Brussels, but this innovative building is about much more than showy architectural bravura. Stephen Cousins reports. Whoever emerges victorious... View Article

Hadrian stars at the Putney Arts Theatre

Hadrian toilet cubicles starred in the refurbishment of both the ladies and gents washrooms at the Putney Arts Theatre. The theatre is run by a charitable incorporated organisation and the new washrooms had to be good value for money as... View Article
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