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The battle for home – The memoir of a Syrian architect

Throughout history, Syria has been a melting pot of cultures and faiths – where people lived harmoniously together in beautiful, ancient cities. What happened? How did a once beautiful country turn from its tolerant past to its current state of violence, displacement... View Article

Exclusive Blog: Energy efficient architectural design

When you consider the global population is set to increase by another 2 billion by 2050 and with 70% of the world’s population living in cities, there will an unprecedented demand for energy across the planet. The opportunity for architects... View Article

Black: Architecture in Monochrome

A ground-breaking look at the beauty and drama of black architecture over 1000 years Black: Architecture in Monochrome is a fascinating survey of the intensity, strength and mystique of the colour black in the constructed world. Holding a strong cultural and... View Article

Fostering collaboration

Unifying technical data may be BIM’s most celebrated feature for some, but for Tim Checketts of Assa Abloy its major benefit is interdisciplinary collaboration. Digital technology has become instrumental to maximising productivity in the construction industry, but often the focus is... View Article

Lincoln architects continue to grow team with new additions

Growing architecture firm, LK2 Architects Ltd, has expanded its team with the addition of two new professionals, including an apprentice. Aimee Rasen joins the team as a Part I architectural assistant after completing her studies at Lincoln University. Having previously... View Article
Internationally acclaimed design studio, Vanderhurd, has expanded and refurbished its showroom in order to house an ever growing collection of bespoke rugs, carpets and textiles.

Vanderhurd expands and refurbishes studio space

Internationally acclaimed design studio, Vanderhurd, has expanded and refurbished its showroom in order to house an ever growing collection of bespoke rugs, carpets and textiles. Through the refurbishment, the showroom’s natural lighting has been vastly improved while its displays offer... View Article

Practice Profile – Wilson Associates

James Parker reports on an established and growing international practice which is renowned for its luxury interior architectural design. Wilson Associates, founded in 1971, now has a truly global reach with eight offices across six continents, its success built on... View Article

The 2017 Structural Awards shortlist announced

Adele’s stage, the Tate Modern Switch House, the new Design Museum and the British Airways i360 observation tower are just some of the schemes in the 2017 Structural Awards shortlist. A total of 43 entries selected from a pool of 119 projects... View Article

EU architects still flock to the UK

The Brexit uncertainty hasn’t stopped EU architects from applying to work in the UK, according to the Architects Register Board (ARB) annual report. The data, released at the end of July, revealed nearly half of all new admissions to the... View Article
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