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Hi-Finity product by Livingwood

The Hi-Finity Door is consistently among the most in-demand products out of the wide range offered by Suffolk-based Livingwood. And it’s no surprise, given the floor-to-ceiling glazing benefits the Hi-Finity provides. Maximum aesthetic impact Designed so that its external frame... View Article

Mapei launches Keraquick Ultrafast S1 adhesive

Mapei’s Keraquick Ultrafast S1 adhesive is a cement-based ultra-rapid setting adhesive ideal for fast track repairs. The low VOC Keraquick Ultrafast S1 sets to foot traffic in 60 minutes and is ready for grouting in just 90 minutes. Suitable for... View Article

Creating a lasting impression with Osmo UK’s ESCO collection

For the past three years, Osmo UK and bespoke European oak flooring specialists, ESCO, have enjoyed a successful partnership, creating a collection of nine solid oak flooring styles pre-finished with Osmo’s renowned wood finishing product, Polyx®-Oil. Ready to install from... View Article

Picnic by the sea in a penthouse…

The brief for this grand Dubai apartment was a 1950’s French Riviera Hermès picnic basket. Joining two shell and core penthouses to create an ‘exceptional’ penthouse, it was all about pushing the envelope in terms of quality, finish, detail, performance... View Article

A royal finish for Edinburgh Hotel

Work has recently finished on the new Leonardo Royal Hotel Edinburgh, renovated with 350 WarmCore aluminium windows fabricated in a bespoke colour. The former Premier Inn site was acquired by the fast-growing Leonardo Hotels chain, who pride themselves on designing... View Article

Free swing door closers at new mental health hospital

Samuel Heath’s Powermatic Free Swing controlled, concealed door closers have been used at new state-of-the-art psychiatric care facilities at Royal Edinburgh Hospital. The £48 million Royal Edinburgh Building is part of a phased programme of redevelopment at the Royal Edinburgh... View Article

District heating systems for housing association properties

Paul Sands of Stokvis Energy Systems reflects on the reasons social housing landlords are returning to the use of centralised heating systems. In recent years our social housing sector has ‘rediscovered’ an appetite for district heating after decades of adverse... View Article

Apple Park Visitor Center opens to the public

Bringing the experience of Apple Park closer than ever, the new Visitor Center along Tantau Avenue opened to the public for the first time on Friday. Designed as an exclusive public gateway to Apple Park, it features an expansive roof... View Article

Wide-ranging housing package announced in Budget

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Budget with a package of measures intended to address what he said was the “challenge of the housing market.” A key measure in his speech was cutting stamp duty for... View Article

Cut edge corrosion CPD

Delvemade Limited offers a free 2 hour CPD ‘Cut Edge Corrosion’ seminar – inc. lunch. Dealing with how to recognise types of plastic coatings used in the manufacture of profiled metal roof cladding. The reasons for breakdown and corrosion are... View Article

Why we should allow daylight to shine

Chris Lowe of BDP, tells us about the role of natural light in inspirational, interesting and healthy buildings – and why artificial light doesn’t really cut-it. Daylight is important to the human condition. It can improve our health, wellbeing, creativity... View Article
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