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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

Quote of the Week – 17th April 2017

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” – Harriet... View Article

Caesarstone presents Stone Age Folk by Jaime Hayon

Unveiled at the neoclassical Palazzo Serbelloni, leading quartz manufacturer Caesarstone presents “Stone Age Folk” by Jaime Hayon, the pinnacle event of their year-long collaboration with the world renowned Spanish designer for the 2017 Designer Collaboration Programme. Inspired by flora, fauna and folklore... View Article

Mace snaps 1 Grosvenor Square commission

Mace has been appointed to revive a landmark 1930s building in central London. Mace will reconstruct and restore the facade of the Mayfair-based 1 Grosvenor Square, with construction cost believed to be in the region of £140m. The new development will... View Article

Organowood® makes timber cladding sustainable

Organowood®, a leading sustainable wood protection specialist, is fast becoming known as having the ideal solution to protect and strengthen all types of timber cladding. With strong sustainable and aesthetic qualities, OrganoWood provides architects, professionals and end users with an... View Article

Studor has a million on its mind

Drainage ventilation expert Studor is on target to supply more than one million of its products worldwide this year. Studor is the market leader for Air Admittance Valves (AAVs) and other specialist drainage ventilation products. It supplies customers through its... View Article

March budget responses

In response to today’s Budget, Will Waller, Market Intelligence Lead at Arcadis, said: “Today’s budget is a function of the geopolitical ‘tight rope’ that Britain is about to walk for the next two years at least.  Buoyed by the UK’s... View Article

Local architects deliver energy centre entirely in BIM

A new £8m landmark energy centre, which will supply low-cost power to homes and businesses across Gateshead, becomes the first of its kind in the north east after being delivered entirely in BIM by a local architect. Ryton-based Gradon Architecture... View Article

Croydon’s Cultural Quarter gets go-ahead from planners

The plans for Croydon’s new cultural quarter, designed by Rick Mather Architects as one of the largest regeneration projects ever seen in the borough, have received planning consent. The College Green development will see the 8 hectare Fair Field area next to... View Article

Remmers award winning flooring installation

A brand-new state of the art building has been constructed by bringing together two existing aging facilities at CDS Solihull. This advanced aerospace manufacturing, research and development facility produces engine control systems for a range of applications, including the Rolls-Royce... View Article

Wallgate announces new Australasian distributor

Wallgate Limited, a market leading specialist in the design and manufacture of robust washrooms and sanitaryware solutions, has appointed Australia’s leading commercial tapware designer and supplier, Galvin Engineering, as its sole Australasian distributor. The addition of the Wallgate brand provides... View Article

The impact of public rights of way on development

Footpaths, bridleways and byways traditionally traverse golden fields and green lanes, providing short cuts and leisure walks for local residents and countryside visitors. Yet these recreational routes are public rights of way, a type of public highway recorded on mapping by... View Article
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