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The sound of silence

Research has shown that nuisance noise is one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time. Here, Anthony Barnett, Technical Marketing Manager at Armacell, looks at how development of specialist foams and a better understanding of where noise is generated... View Article

Senior’s successful delivery of new distribution centre

The flagship distribution centre for Trilanco, one of the UK’s leading agricultural, equine and pet product wholesalers, has benefited from an attractive fenestration package from Senior Architectural Systems. A key feature of the new building is the glazed atrium that... View Article

Trade body awards celebrate top flight acoustic performance

The skills and ingenuity of UK-based acoustic professionals working on national and international projects across a variety of environments were celebrated at a trade body awards. ANC, the Association of Noise Consultants, unveiled the winners of its acclaimed Acoustic Awards... View Article

Polypipe gives landmark Rolls-Royce development forward momentum

Polypipe, the UK’s leading manufacturer of sustainable drainage, sewer, water management and cable protection products for civil engineering projects, has supplied a complete infrastructure solution to a high-profile development, at Rolls-Royce Watnall Road site, in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire. The area is being... View Article

Bold brass

Road and rail tunnels are not often associated with inspirational design but this tunnel portal building in Austria, defined by perforated Nordic Brass copper alloy from Aurubis, takes a particularly bold approach. The 5.5km long Bosruck Tunnel passes through the... View Article

Glass Juliette balconies meet their Romeo

Juliette balconies are increasingly being specified for new buildings and added to existing dwellings, for practical and decorative purposes. The main advantage of a Juliet balcony is that it enables a French window or patio door to be chosen instead... View Article

Kalwall® sheds light on education

Kalwall® translucent cladding has been extensively used for the impressive refurbishment of the main teaching block at Featherstone High School in Southall, Middlesex. The original 1958 concrete framed building was failing due to decay and ingress of water and needed... View Article

Growing acceptance of timber

Timber is seeing a strong resurgence across many construction sectors due to sustainability drivers, but obstacles remain. ADF canvasses industry views. Each year the UK produces 11 million tonnes of steel, 12 million tonnes of concrete and 11 million tonnes... View Article

Curvaceous Metalline

News that The Curve in Slough has won an LABC award in the “Best Public Building” category, has delighted Metalline who supplied a wide range of architectural aluminium fabrications on the project. At the heart of a £450m regeneration scheme,... View Article

RIBA approved CPD ‘STEP ON IT!’ stairway safety

This CPD looks at the guidelines for the specification of a safe stairway. The presentation and discussion deals with the subject of how to make commercial stairways safe and meet with all current building regulation guidelines. The CPD presentation includes: What stair nosings... View Article

A must-read White Paper from Reynaers highlights latest trends

Aluminium systems company Reynaers has surveyed more than 100 architectural professionals to gain a view of technology’s impact on work practices, client relationships and building design. The pace of innovative design technologies in architecture and specification has never been faster. To get... View Article

AET supplies HIU system to Hexgreave Hall

AET recently announced an exclusive distribution deal with Italian based DAE Energia; introducing heat metering solutions for residential and commercial applications. They have since secured their first order, supplying to the historical Hexgreave Hall in Nottinghamshire. Hexgreave Hall is part... View Article

Schlüter®-KERDI-BOARD—The Specifier’s Choice

When specifying for a project, products that save time and face are always appreciated. Offering design flexibility, ease of installation and enabling the creation of CE marked bonded waterproofing assemblies, the versatile Schlüter®-KERDI-BOARD is the answer to many an architect’s... View Article

Introducing the METROPOLIS grating

Ductile iron gratings on surface water drainage channels don’t necessarily need to be utilitarian in appearance with geometric slots or meshes. Inspired by the patterns made by water flowing down a stream, the surface design of the Hauraton METROPOLIS grating... View Article
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