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Planning granted for Rough Heys

Presitigous new family homes close to the picturesque Cheshire village of Henbury have been granted planning permission by Cheshire East Council, paving the way for luxury developer PH Homes to lay the first bricks. Rough Heys is Cheadle-based PH Homes... View Article

Lendlease welcomes Haringey Zero by 2050 Commission report

Welcoming the Haringey Zero by 2050 Commission’s report, Lendlease’s Managing Director of Sustainability, Paul King, said: “This report sets out an ambitious vision for sustainable development throughout Haringey. “A third of the world’s carbon emissions originate from buildings, which is why... View Article

Community centre for refugees receives The Erskine Award

The volumes and spaces of the Spinelli Community Building succeed impressively in resolving a complicated urban context and allow identification and participation. Interior and exterior spaces are linked or separated in a carefully created succession. An enclosed space with covered... View Article
Infinity House by GA Design

The Infinity House, Khandala

Planned with a brief of maximising views of the sea and enabling a nexus with the environment, the villa for a family of four has been conceived on a plot of land that is deeply contoured with a steep slope... View Article

World’s largest CLT building completed

Dalston Works, the world’s largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) building has been completed. Designed by engineering consultancy Ramboll and Waugh Thistleton Architects on behalf of developer Regal London, the mixed-use development showcases how the innovative use of sustainable materials like CLT... View Article

A template for sustainable design

A new headquarters in the Netherlands has shown that a non-traditional approach to project delivery and a hands-on approach to sourcing material can pay dividends. Field trips to other countries to look at materials and an engaged team of sub-contractors,... View Article

Architects create arboreal home in the Cotswolds

Cotswold architect, coombes:everitt, has secured planning permission for a new 4,500 ft contemporary home in Cowley, Gloucestershire. The new home will replace a poorly situated 1960s bungalow. Inspired by the weeping willow tree within its grounds, the aptly named Willow... View Article

Chester Interchange wins North West Institute Structural Award

The newly completed transport interchange at Gorse Stacks, Chester, was named the winner of the Medium Category at the North West Institute Structural Awards during a ceremony in Manchester last Friday. Jefferson Sheard’s Manchester studio was appointed upon the detailed... View Article
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