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Moxon Architects design modernist inspired highland hut

Culardoch Shieling, a mountain hut in Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands, has been completed by Moxon Architects. Located at the foot of Culardoch, the remote new shieling (Scottish Gaelic term for hut) looks out across the expanse of the... View Article

Collaboration – the key to cost efficiency

Creative freedom. It’s a dream often shackled by budgetary constraints. Imagine a solution, one that could satisfy an element of your project while freeing up your client’s budget for creative exploration elsewhere. Now imagine a Collinson-built leisure facility, enter the... View Article

Helping create the future of learning

GEZE UK is giving students a super welcome at one of Europe’s newest super colleges – the £228 million City of Glasgow College in the heart of Glasgow. The technical and professional skills college, which has been created on two... View Article

Green light given to brick PRS scheme in Hornchurch

PCKO, an AHR company, has received planning approval for a private rental scheme on the site of the former Nalgo Club in Hornchurch, London. Mercury Land Holdings, a company wholly owned by LB Havering, has commissioned the development which will... View Article

MediaCityUK’s Lightbox idea becomes reality

MediaCityUK has celebrated the start of its next exciting building, luxury residential apartment scheme, Lightbox. MediaCityUK has appointed Bouygues UK as construction partner for the scheme, designed by international award-winning architect, AHR. The £35 million building contains 238 studios, one,... View Article

Sound and vision

A major renovation of a hilltop bungalow in Devon opened up fantastic estuary views for the growing family of a music producer, while doubling as an occasional recording studio. By James Parker Paul Yeadon has had a varied life so... View Article

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects chosen to develop project at the new Carlsberg City district (Carlsberg Byen) on the former site of the world famous Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen, Denmark

The Carlsberg Brewery production plant in Copenhagen was closed down in 2008. The former industrial site renowned for its rich architectural legacy has been re-emerging as a new sustainable city district: a dense city structure with attractive urban spaces, public transport,... View Article

Big Data Institute completes

Make Architects has completed its fifth building for the University of Oxford and its fourth on the Old Road Campus masterplan. The Big Data Institute (BDI), constructed specifically for the analysis of large and complex biomedical data, is a bespoke... View Article

Prater appointed for iconic London redevelopment

Prater has been appointed to deliver a broad scope of works at the redevelopment of the London Fruit and Wool Exchange in Spitalfields. Appointed by main contractor Sir Robert McAlpine, Prater’s remit will include ground floor, terrace and roof waterproofing,... View Article

ISG delivers £55 million Bristol Business School

ISG has successfully delivered a £55 million project at the University of West England (UWE Bristol) – creating a striking new home for the Faculty of Business and Law. Staff and students working and studying at Bristol Business School (BBS)... View Article
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