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Phillip King

Tate Britain marks the 80th birthday of renowned British sculptor Phillip King (b.1934) with a display of six of King’s works from the 1960s in the Duveen Galleries. The display, which opens on 8 December, celebrates King’s significant contribution to... View Article

Religious Anatomy & Tri-Dri-Try

This project was a real time challenge: As the clients were expecting a baby we had to complete it within just seven months of appointment. The scope consists of the refurbishment and extension of a picturesque terraced house in a... View Article

BDP achieve a BIM Level 2 certification first

International architecture and engineering practice BDP are the first company to be assessed and certificated under BRE Global’s BIM level 2 Business Systems Certification Scheme. This demonstrates that BDP have the policies and procedures required to deliver level 2 BIM... View Article

Children’s Charity wins Grand Designs skylight competition

With over 200 entries received at Sunsquare’s Grand Designs Live (GDL) exhibition stand in Birmingham, The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT) has won a bespoke skylight. Cheshire-based CAFT provides week-long holiday breaks for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children throughout... View Article

Tube extension to Battersea approved

The extension of the Northern line from Kennington to Battersea has been given the go-ahead today by the Secretary of State for Transport. The new underground spur will support the development of Nine Elms on the South Bank as a... View Article
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