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World Museum’s Ancient Egypt Gallery opening 28 April

Liverpool’s World Museum is set to open its new Ancient Egypt: A journey through time gallery on 28 April, revealing one of the UK’s most significant collections of Ancient Egyptian and Nubian antiquities. The Museum will expand into gallery space... View Article

Green light for £35m mixed-use development in Horsham

A joint venture between Reef Estates and Arcus-PCD has been granted planning consent by Horsham District Council to redevelop Piries Place in Horsham Town Centre and create a high-quality, mixed-use scheme that will regenerate the local area and boost the... View Article

Apple Park opens to employees in April

Cupertino, California — Apple today announced that Apple Park, the company’s new 175-acre campus, will be ready for employees to begin occupying in April. The process of moving more than 12,000 people will take over six months, and construction of... View Article

Celtic FC proposed stadium plans revealed

CELTIC Football Club has announced that it will today make a Proposal of Application Notice to Glasgow City Council in relation to possible further development of the Celtic Park area, including the potential creation of a new hotel, retail store,... View Article

300 new homes help cement regeneration plans

A major development of 300 new homes in Dundee is now nearing completion, as the fourth and final phase gets underway. The project in Mill ‘O’ Mains is part of the Dundee City Council’s ongoing regeneration plans to replace outdated... View Article

BAM chosen for 2 Chamberlain Square

Construction group BAM has been chosen to build Two Chamberlain Square, the second building in the first phase of the Paradise development. The 183,000 ft² building is due for completion in 2019, shortly after One Chamberlain Square, and is being... View Article

Inspired debuts Greater Manchester Apartment scheme

Inspired Asset Management has purchased former office building, Sim Chem House, in Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester for £5m. The six-storey 1960s building sits on a 1.27-acre site and consent has been obtained for a 184-unit residential scheme comprising high specification... View Article

World’s tallest atrium revealed

ZHA Architects recently released new images of the 46-storey, 207 metre Leeza Soho mixed-use tower, under construction in Beijing, which has what’s thought to be world’s tallest atrium. Construction of the tower, which has a gross floor area of 172,800... View Article

High ambition – The Beacon, Hemel Hempstead

The Beacon, shortly to begin construction in Hemel Hempstead, is set to be the world’s most sustainable residential tower. James Parker spoke to the project’s architect to hear about this proposed model of luxury eco-living. The Beacon is an ambitious... View Article

Italian renaissance – T Fondaco dei Tedeschi Venice

OMA’s transformation of a former 13th century Venetian palazzo into a department store on the Grand Canal shows how sensitive architectural interventions can successfully respect a multi-layered historic structure. Stephen Cousins reports. The T Fondaco dei Tedeschi, located beside the... View Article

The grill from Ipanema – Anibal Building, Rio de Janeiro

The Anibal Building in Ipanema, Rio, is a low-rise office block that neatly reflects the Brazilian city’s flair for original and unusual building facades, as Ray Philpott discovers. Architects Bernardes Arquitetura faced some complex challenges when they set out to... View Article
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