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Planning permission granted for Aston Fire Station

Bond Bryan are delighted that planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of Aston Fire Station. Bond Bryan worked closely with the Fire Service and consultants to develop a functionally-robust, but aspirational, design proposal which meets the needs of... View Article

Office 3.0 premieres at Agnelli Foundation’s new HQ in Italy

International design and innovation office Carlo Ratti Associati has completed the transformation of the Agnelli Foundation’s landmark 20th century building in Turin into an ‘Office 3.0’ – an app-controlled environment that offers a glimpse of the workplace of the future. By leveraging Internet of Things... View Article

Hyundai Capital’s new UK headquarters redefines the workplace

Hyundai Capital (HC), recently awarded ‘Captive Finance Company of the Year’, has unveiled its UK headquarters located in Reigate, Surrey. Gensler, a world leading workplace design and architecture firm, has designed a highly flexible and authentic environment spanning 869 sq... View Article

Eurocell opens up new vistas with StudioGlide

Eurocell – the UK’s leading manufacturer, distributor and recycler of PVC-U window, door, conservatory and roofline products – is extending its range of bi-fold doors with the launch of StudioGlideTM, a breakthrough aluminium bi-fold system that promises minimal sightlines, maximum performance... View Article

Eurocell’s Modus system aids Gothic revival

Built in 1875, the Barnes Hospital is a French Gothic style building where patients from Manchester Infirmary were sent to convalesce. The Grade II-listed building, which was closed in 1999 and left to deteriorate, is now receiving a new lease... View Article

Redland’s Westminster Slate works in Wisbech

Carpenter Steve Jackson chose Westminster Slate, the latest tile from Redland – the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of pitched roof systems – when he built his own four-bedroomed house on a plot at Christchurch in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.  A large... View Article

Neave Brown 1929-2018

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has reacted to the death of Neave Brown, the celebrated Modernist architect. RIBA President Ben Derbyshire presented Neave Brown with the 2018 Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, on behalf of HRH The Queen,... View Article

Planning consent secured for 4 Glass Wharf: New office scheme will mark Darling Associates’ second project with Salmon Harvester on site

Planning consent has been secured from Bristol City Council for 4 Glass Wharf, a major new 210,000 net sq ft headquarters office development in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.  The project has been designed by award-winning architecture studio Darling Associates for developer Salmon Harvester Properties Ltd (Salmon). The eight storey building... View Article

Future Watch – Incubating a zero-carbon idea

An ambitious technology-driven project is underway which sees architects collaborating with the materials sector to find a ‘transparent’ answer to the housing supply dilemma. Sébastien Reed reports The Carbon-Free Group (CFG) was founded in 2007 as a critical response to... View Article

RIBA International long list announced

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the RIBA International List 2018, a new biennial selection of the world’s best new buildings. The list of projects has been selected from entries to what’s claimed as the “world’s most... View Article
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