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Clean and hygienic paint solutions from Crown Trade

As well as providing colour, paint should also provide protection which is why leading paint brand Crown Trade has extended its Clean Extreme range to offer specifiers a trio of high performance products to help combat the common problems of... View Article

Simpson expands range with masonry reinforcement and render mesh

Introducing the latest product offering by leading construction connector manufacturer Simpson Strong-Tie; masonry reinforcement and render mesh solutions for timber and masonry construction: Bricktor® for crack control reinforcement Brickforce® for structural reinforced masonry applications Bricktie® – developed to overcome the... View Article

An Artistic Uncoupling of Tile at Tate Britain

1,300m2 of Schlüter®-DITRA 25 uncoupling membrane is ensuring a crack-free finish for the tile within 2016 Turner Prize nominee Anthea Hamilton’s recent commission for the prestigious Duveen Galleries. One British artist a year is invited to produce a new work... View Article

Opening the doors to a shoppers’ paradise

GEZE UK is opening doors to more shoppers at Glasgow Fort which has recently launched a third phase of shops and leisure facilities at its out-of-town shopping and leisure complex. With more than 100 outlets and parking for 2,500, Glasgow... View Article

Artisan Panel doors for luxury apartments

Specialist door manufacturer, Ahmarra have supplied bespoke panel doors for a number of striking high-end residential properties. ‘The Pentagon’ is a boutique collection of five superior three-bedroom apartments built by renowned developers, Yogo Group. Located in Hadley Wood, Hertfordshire, these... View Article

V&A Dundee opens to the world

V&A Dundee opens its doors for the first time to the public on Saturday 15 September 2018. Today its beautiful, light-filled interiors designed by acclaimed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma have been revealed for the first time. As Scotland’s first design museum,... View Article

Revitalising industry in London

A brand new shipyard on the River Thames, the first in 300 years, is being proposed as part of an ambitious regeneration designed to counter the loss of creative and productive land use in London The site is being developed... View Article
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