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Ask the Architect: Justin O’Connor, Corstorphine + Wright

Justin O’Connor, conservation architect at Corstorphine + Wright, answers ADF’s questions regarding his approach to work, and its chief focus – adapting and reusing buildings Why did you become an architect? I was attracted to the profession as it manages to... View Article

Classic design with a modern twist

Kährs have introduced a new timeless ‘French Pattern’ hard flooring design, in two luxurious tones, to their range of sustainable wood floors. The classic design features a modern twist – an engineered plank format which improves install time and efficiency... View Article

Re-issue of designer architects iconic furniture range

Pioneering British modernist designers and architects, John and Sylvia Reid A/A.R.I.B.A., PP/F.S.I.A., are set to become household names again, thanks to the re-issue of their iconic S-Range, designed in 1960. Sylvia Reid, who is now in her 90s, has given... View Article

With great height, comes great responsibility

ROCKWOOL RAINSCREEN DUO SLAB® has been installed on a new high rise building in Manchester to provide a fire safety solution that also delivers reliable thermal performance and superior acoustics. In March 2016, construction began on a new high rise... View Article

Through the looking glass

A key trend in external and internal architecture is towards glass balustrades. While the aesthetics are unarguably very appealing, there are a number of considerations for specifiers to be aware of. Simon Boocock, Managing Director of CRL takes a look.... View Article

Planning and Design consultancy expands in Glasgow

Barton Willmore, the leading Planning and Design consultancy which recently expanded its operation in Scotland with the opening of an office in the centre of Glasgow, has announced the appointment of a new Planning Associate. Andrew Woodrow joins the Queen... View Article

New recruits for Cornish consultancy

A planning-led architectural practice in Cornwall has recruited two new members of staff to its award-winning team. Laurence Associates, which celebrates its 25th birthday this year, offers town planning, architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture expertise. Part II architectural assistant, Nathan... View Article

Five new hires at Pozzoni

Pozzoni Architecture has welcomed five new starters at its Altrincham studio, four of whom have come through the company’s Academy programme. Joining the growing team are four trainee architectural technologists and one graphic designer, with the technologists working in Pozzoni’s... View Article

A restorative swim

A listed riverside Edwardian lido has been painstakingly restored to modern standards, adding new features while retaining the building’s heritage and idiosyncratic style. Project architect Sam Kendon explains all to Jack Wooler After standing derelict for 40 years, Reading Lido... View Article
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