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gpad scheme selected for Haggerston Baths redevelopment

Hackney Council has selected Castleforge Partners as its preferred bidder to refurbish and redevelop Haggerston Baths. Seeing the design through from initial concept to fruition are architects and interior designers gpad london ltd. In the proposed scheme, the Grade II... View Article

Hunter Douglas publishes its new Guide to Ceilings and Walls

Hunter Douglas, the global architectural products manufacturer, has published its latest comprehensive guide to ceilings and walls, covering its entire metal, wood and felt ranges. The hardback, 394-page Commercial Ceilings & Walls Product Guide 2018/2019 is aimed at architects, designers and specifiers... View Article

The London Cat Clinic wins National Veterinary Practice Design Awards

The London Cat Clinic (www.thelondoncatclinic.co.uk), a new purpose-built, feline-only practice in the heart of the Bermondsey regeneration area of London, has won the nationwide 2017 Practice Design Awards. In addition to winning the category for ‘best conversion’ in the British Veterinary Hospitals Association... View Article

Saracen creates ‘space’ for Oxford company

A leading workplace consultant, Saracen Interiors has been awarded a refurbishment contract by Oxford strategy consultancy, White Space following close collaboration with both landlord and client to refine designs, and agree schedules of work, acceptable to all. Work is due... View Article

Back in the frame – green oak

Robin Lancashire of Exova BM TRADA discusses Britain’s enduring appreciation of green oak framing and offers some points of good practice. The popularity of green oak goes back centuries, with oak structures being used as a robust form of construction... View Article

Intellectual energy – Energy Academy Europe, Groningen, Netherlands

A new building in the Netherlands which brings two universities together to help the country move towards a renewables-led future, appropriately embodies sustainable design. James Parker reports on how the architects focused on passive approaches for a carbon-neutral result. While the Netherlands may... View Article

Be relaxed about building services design

Much of the complexity of designing, installing and maintaining central heating in multi-occupancy low-rise buildings can potentially now be eliminated. Innovative developments at Gilberts have created a room-by-room solution that combines appropriate ventilation with heat boost. The concept means that... View Article
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