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Work starts on Aberdeen exhibition and conference centre

Work to create a new exhibition and conference centre for Aberdeen has begun. The project is a joint venture between Aberdeen City Council and development partner Henry Boot Developments who appointed Keppie Design as architects in 2015. The scheme will also include an... View Article

Dutch firm designs immersive Nestlé centre in Switzerland

Utrecht-based experience design firm Tinker Imagineers has launches a striking brand experience centre for Nestlé in Switzerland. The project, called nest, was designed as a ‘family experience’ space with a number of attractions that allow visitors to immerse in the history of the company and... View Article

Reinvented innovation hub dominates architecture awards

THE redevelopment of a former car manufacturing plant in Adelaide’s southern suburbs into an innovation hub for high value industries has dominated the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2016 South Australian Architecture Awards. Four projects at the Tonsley Innovation Hub in... View Article

Skanska starts work on Regionens Hus in Gothenburg

Skanska will partner up with Västfastigheter for the construction of the new Regionens Hus in Gothenburg, Sweden. The agreement, worth about SEK 580m, includes the construction of a new 22,000 m² office building which will house the Västra Götaland administrative staff.  The... View Article

Dramatic water savings by Ambassador Theatre Group

Six famous London Theatres have now installed Falcon Waterless Urinals in their gents’ toilets. The Savoy Theatre, The Harold Pinter Theatre, The Playhouse Theatre, The Duke of York’s, The Fortune and The Trafalgar Studios are now enjoying water savings of... View Article
Green light for 403 homes and an all-through school in Bracknell © Nicholas Hare Architects

Green light for 403 homes and an all-through school in Bracknell

Planning permission has been granted to a development of 403 new homes within Bracknell Forest in Berkshire. The Blue Mountain project will also include community facilities, public open space, sports and recreation facilities and an enhanced green area. Binfield Learning Village,... View Article

Hawkins\Brown reveals Ark Putney Academy

Hawkins\Brown has completed the refurbishment of the grade II listed Elliott School, now renamed the Ark Putney Academy, in Wandsworth.   Hawkins\Brown was appointed by Lendlease to redevelop the school into a new academy which would meet the requirements of... View Article

Broadway Malyan wins high profile Miami project

Broadway Malyan has been appointed by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. to design its new $100m cruise terminal in Miami. The proposed ‘gateway to Miami’ will see the creation of a new icon on the waterfront and serve the largest cruise... View Article

Plans submitted for Central Parade community centre

Proposals that will see major improvements to community facilities in New Addington have moved a step closer with the formal submission of a planning application for a £17m community and leisure centre. The western side of Central Parade will undergo... View Article

Twinfix walkway installed at John Lennon Airport

As part of a major redevelopment to the premium car park at Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, Twinfix have installed a 3m wide walkway that enables continuous under-cover access from the car park into the airport building. The 35m long mono-pitched... View Article

Pop up university hub is built in central London

Portakabin has created a new modular learning hub for University College London (UCL). The project was constructed off site within nine days of receipt of order and was installed on site in just two days. The two-storey building will be in use for two years... View Article

Contractor appointed to £2m Lougborough University refurb

Midlands-based contractor GF Tomlison has started work on a £2m refurbishment of Lougborough University ‘s S Building. The project involves a complete refurbishment of the existing ground floor layout and construction of new mezzanine levels within the existing double height... View Article

Developer appointed to AHR Architects university research labs

UK developer Willmott Dixon has been appointed to build a new computer science facility for Swansea University. The construction firm is working with AHR Architects on the building’s design. The Computational Foundry, set to cost approx. £31m, will form a part of the university’s... View Article
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