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Steel Doors are on the way!

We are very excited to be introducing a steel door to our products later this year with some exciting new textures and finishes including a rust, black, bronze and leather options with sizes up to 2m wide. Available for delivery... View Article

Apple Cotai Central gives Macau a new oasis of calm

Apple Cotai Central offers a calm complement to the buzz and excitement of Macau, responding to the desire for an inviting, contemplative space, where technology, entertainment and arts come together to make a positive contribution to the city. Its timeless... View Article

Bond Bryan Sheffield Studio celebrate their 30th Birthday

Last week, Sheffield-based practice, Bond Bryan, welcomed over 200 guests to celebrate its 30th birthday – thanking colleagues, clients and collaborators for their business and continued friendship. The Bond Bryan team celebrated this milestone at The Mowbray, Kelham Island, where guests were shown a ‘sneak peek’ of... View Article

Whither weathertightness?

Carl Farrow of ID Systems discusses the underestimated question of weathertightness when specifying doors, and why it is so important We get asked three questions about our products by every one of our customers, whether they be end users or... View Article

Ask the Architect: Rab Bennetts

Rab Bennetts is founding director of Bennetts Associates, an award- winning firm with a particular specialism in high-quality refurbishments in cultural, education and mixed-use projects. Why did you become an architect? It may sound unlikely, but I was fascinated by... View Article

Making an understatement

BDP’s new shopping complex in one of the UK’s most historic and rigorously-planned cities features copious glazing, as subtly as possible. Roseanne Field reports: Oxford is renowned for its architectural as well as academic heritage. Home to one of the... View Article

Fact of the Week – 2nd July 2018

The world’s largest Gothic cathedral is in new York City. It is the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Amsterdam Avenue and 112th Street. The cathedral measures 601 feet long, 146 feet wide, and has a transept measuring 320... View Article

New Sika Sarnafil flat roofing CPD meets modern demands

Sika Sarnafil has launched a new RIBA accredited Continual Professional Development (CPD) seminar, Selecting Flat Roofing System to Meet Modern Demands, for those wanting to specify high performance flat roofing that meets the most up-to-date legislative requirements. In response to... View Article

New RIBA approved XPS Suspended Ground Floor seminar

Cellecta, the specialist Acoustic and Thermal Insulation manufacturer, has launched a new RIBA approved CPD seminar, XPS Suspended Ground Floors. The seminar is designed to provide practical insight in XPS Suspended Ground Floors and covers important topics such as the... View Article

Helifix BIM Object Library Launched

Helifix has launched a BIM object library to support the industry’s transition to digital building modelling. Available to download from www.helifix.co.uk/downloads/bim-objects or from the NBS National BIM Library at https://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/Helifix, these Revit format BIM objects allow Helifix products to be... View Article
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