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Glass Through the Ages

Some 40 years ago a balustrade would have been wrought iron with a wooden handrail or steel posts. While these certainly did the job, they definitely didn’t add much to the aesthetics of modern architecture. Fast forward some years and... View Article

BDG architecture + design welcomes new Associate Director

With over 25 years’ experience in workplace design at a number of leading London consultancies, Matt Jackson joins the BDG architecture + design team in the position of Associate Director. Matt’s work draws on an extraordinary portfolio which includes numerous... View Article

Leslie Jones signals expansion with series of promotions

Leslie Jones Architecture has reinforced its expansion and diversification plans through the promotion of four new Directors and one Associate. Cos Constantinou, Lee Pope, Simon Scott and Nick Strachan have all been appointed Directors while Darren Andrews has been made... View Article

Early Learning Village, Singapore

A world first in pre-school facilities, the ELV delivers a multi-cultural, flexible environment with capacity for 2,100 children from nursery to kindergarten age, as well as 400 support staff The Early Learning Village represents an extraordinary milestone in the delivery... View Article

SFS hinge technology raises the bar at 2018 Fensterbau Frontale

Leading door hinge manufacturer SFS has reported a successful four days at the Fensterbau 2018 exhibition, with the show providing the ideal platform for door manufacturers to explore why its latest range offers unparalleled adjustability, aesthetics and performance across every... View Article

Sportcampus Zuiderpark – The Hague, Netherlands

Located at the heart of the historic Zuiderpark, the €50m sports campus is an innovative collaboration of alliances between education, sport, sport science and the community, for both the municipality of The Hague and its private partners: the Haagse Hogeschool... View Article

Good acoustics for Art and Design

Bedales School is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the South Downs National Park in Hampshire. Its new Art and Design building designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has a strong sense of... View Article

Laminates for a sound performance by absorption

Abet Laminati’s continuing partnership with Print Acoustics® – a division of Belgian company Triplaco (Family group founded in 1890) – has proven popular in helping combat the ongoing problems of sound reverberation in commercial, public sector, school, restaurant, retail and... View Article

FDS wins Paddington Gardens contract

Fire Design Solutions (FDS) has secured its latest contract to supply smoke ventilation and corridor environmental systems to the new Paddington Gardens residential development. The award-winning fire safety systems contractor will provide full consultation, design and installation services. Paddington Gardens,... View Article

Boss Design to unveil new personal workspace solutions

At this year’s festival, Boss Design will be unveiling a series of personal workspace solutions and opening the doors of its highly anticipated newly refurbished London showroom. Demonstrating the company’s philosophy on workplace design, visitors to 7 Clerkenwell Road will be guided... View Article

Healing daylight at Benenden

Kalwall® translucent cladding is the architectural focus of the new £55million development of Benenden Hospital in Cranbrook, Kent. The scheme, designed by architects C A Vaughan Blundell with assistance from SR Architects Ltd, has created a wonderfully light and airy... View Article

Barrier Partners Colcom®

Barrier Components Ltd has partnered with leading Italian component manufacturer Colcom, adding quality glass accessories for interior architecture to their product portfolio for UK customers. Barrier Components now hold a wide selection of Colcom hardware, available from stock at their... View Article
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