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An Office Made for Interaction

BDG architecture + design was appointed by MoneySupermarket Group to create a transformative scheme at its new 34,000 sq ft London office. The space, now home to approximately 250 employees, is a collaborative, smart, people-centric space with a focus on... View Article

Building a better-informed future at the Build Show 2018

Construction output is reportedly on the rise again, but risks from the economic uncertainty around Brexit, post-Grenfell regulatory changes and the well-documented skills shortages in building trades are raising a lot of questions about the future for the construction industry.... View Article

Further praise received for Melton’s modernised cattle market

Derby-based architecture consultancy EKV Design is celebrating after its landmark design for Melton Mowbray Cattle Market was shortlisted in two categories at the 2018 Local Authority Building Control (LABC) awards. Alongside project partners including Morgan Sindall, CWA Engineers and Pick Everard, the Melton Cattle Market... View Article

gpad promotes Charles Bettes to managing director

London architectural practice, gpad london ltd, has promoted director Charles Bettes to managing director with immediate effect. Company founder and incumbent managing director Christopher Ploutarhou will now become chairman. Charles has a proven track record of designing high quality buildings.... View Article

RIBA welcomes new route into architecture

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) welcome the announcement of the approval of two Apprenticeship Standards by the Institute of Apprenticeships on Thursday 5th July 2018. Speaking on the 5th July, RIBA President Ben Derbyshire said: “It is with great excitement... View Article

BDP appoints three principals

BDP has appointed three new principals who will join the company’s board of directors from 1 July 2018. Architect Sue Emms is responsible for delivering some of BDP’s most innovative and award winning educational projects and leads the sector in... View Article

New Arup report imagines the Campus of the Future

A new Arup report calls for a rethink of the design and operation of higher education facilities to prepare for a new era of learning, one that remains viable as budgets decline yet pressure mounts to deliver exceptional experiences. These... View Article

Velux Events for Construction Professionals

VELUX is holding a series of Design a Brighter Future Breakfast Events for construction professionals. Attendees will gain an insight into how VELUX is championing the potential of daylight and ventilation and how it can transform healthcare outcomes. Each event... 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

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

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

FAKRO loses smear campaign against VELUX

FAKRO, Polish roof window competitor to VELUX, loses a complaint to the EU Commission, which since 2012 has been used as the basis for a smear campaign across most of Europe against The VELUX Group.  The European Commission rejected the... View Article
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