TSSA move into new Headquarters at 17 Devonshire Square

The Transport Salaried Staff’s Association (TSSA) have just completed a fit-out of their new headquarters space on the second floor of 17 Devonshire Square, London. The 22,461 sq. ft. building is located in a prominent corner position within the square... View Article

SPSenvirowall’s Journey to BOPAS Accreditation

SPSenvirowall, a UK leading supplier of external wall insulation, render and facades, has secured BOPAS (Buildoffsite Property Assurance Scheme) accreditation for its innovative, rain screen cladding, RendaClad for the new build and offsite construction industry. RendaClad was developed for applying... View Article

Kemper system on display at Museum of Liverpool

Kemper System has helped to refurbish the Museum of Liverpool, completing a complex waterproofing project, which made the final of the Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association (LRWA) Awards 2018. Positioned over the Leeds Liverpool canal link, the museum required remedial... View Article

Sounding out multi-purpose venues

The Folkehuset Absalon in Copenhagen is an excellent example of the growing trend towards multi-use and multi-purpose cultural social centres. Designed to promote community cohesion with a flexible space to accommodate a variety of activities and services, multi-purpose venues are... View Article

A custom-built experience

An award-winning, multi-million pound new car retail showroom and service centre south of Dublin offers customers a different kind of environment. Phillip Mac Dermott of EMD Architects explains to Jack Wooler how the practice focused on user experience, as well... View Article

Still at its best, Johnson & Starley warm air heating

Johnson & Starley’s WarmCair condensing warm air heating range is suitable for a wide range of applications including private residential and social housing as well as smaller commercial applications such as schools, sports facilities, nursing homes and community centres. With... View Article

Making the connections

James Parker visited Tate Harmer’s new timber building which enables a Surrey school to connect with the landscape, while opening up circulation and giving it a new ‘heart’ According to Jerry Tate, Partner at Tate Harmer Architects, the key word... View Article

Northcot Brick completes a hat trick of selfbuild awards

Northcot Brick, one of the UK’s foremost independent brick manufacturers, has received a third prestigious ‘Build It Award’ for the quality of its brickwork, topping its previous wins in 2013 and 2015. The awards, which recognise the best products, services,... View Article

Achieving design freedom with underfloor air conditioning

In practice, incumbent building services can help architects and designers overcome planning and structural constraints Building typology comes in all shapes and sizes, each with its own unique design criteria. Frequently building services, heating, ventilation and air conditioning in particular can... View Article