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ISG secures £11 Million of Edinburgh schemes

ISG has been awarded three new contracts in Scotland’s capital city, with a combined value in excess of £11 million. The contractor has secured a prestigious £6.6 million project from leading property developer, McLaren, as well as a £3.1 million... View Article

Rijksmuseum opens Philips Wing

New exhibition wing completes the second phase of the transformation of the Rijksmuseum. The new exhibition wing of the Rijksmuseum on Museumplein will open on the 1st of November. In the Philips Wing, the museum will organise high-profile exhibitions with... View Article

Magma Sketchbook Architecture

Magma Sketchbook: Architecture by Phineas Harper and published by Laurence King in January 2015 is a sketchbook for the 21st century, specially designed for those working as architects as well as architectural students. Magma Sketchbook: Architecture includes 120 blank and gridded... View Article

Students to design future workshop

A student design competition, run by the Furniture Industry Research Association and sponsored by Morgan, is a chance for undergraduates to win a share of the £5,000 prize fund by putting forward ideas for their workspace of the future. The competition,... View Article

Timeless Design

Consumers are once again attributing value to a “Made in Great Britain” label. There is a clear trend towards timeless design, honesty and provenance. Passion in craftsmanship and durability of products is an increasingly important part of the decision making... View Article

Construction contracts at highest level since January

Figures released 23 October reveal that the level of construction contracts awarded increased in September to the value of £5.6 billion – the highest since January. Barbour ABI, which is a chosen provider of construction data to the Office for... View Article

RIBA to launch new range of building contracts

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is launching two new and innovative building contracts next month (5 November). Designed to be used in conjunction with RIBA’s Architect’s Appointment Agreements for Small Projects (domestic and concise forms); the new contracts... View Article

Ensuring inclusive design in our public spaces

Stephen Williams met with key professional bodies, challenging them to do more to make buildings, streets and public space more inclusive. Communities Minister Stephen Williams chaired a roundtable discussion (20 October 2014) with key professional bodies and challenged them to... View Article

£1.2m for Lady Lever Art Gallery

Heritage Lottery Fund endorse project with generous grant. A Napoleon death mask, exquisite Chinese porcelain and world-renowned Wedgwood jasperware are some of the incredible collections, amassed by one man, William Hesketh Lever, which will benefit from a major Heritage Lottery... View Article

Pop art for popular homes

Visitors to the showhomes at Redrow’s Easingwold venture can see more award-winning designs than they bargained for, as paintings from a school’s competition are now taking pride of place. The paintings were produced as part of a project that ran last... View Article
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