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Back to nature for CRL Stone at KBB 2018

Stand F85 at KBB 2018 will have a distinctive natural feel, as CRL Stone launches a range of new colours into its CRL Quartz and Ceralsio collections. Visitors to the NEC in Birmingham from 4-7 March will be among the... View Article

Office 3.0 premieres at Agnelli Foundation’s new HQ in Italy

International design and innovation office Carlo Ratti Associati has completed the transformation of the Agnelli Foundation’s landmark 20th century building in Turin into an ‘Office 3.0’ – an app-controlled environment that offers a glimpse of the workplace of the future. By leveraging Internet of Things... View Article

Hyundai Capital’s new UK headquarters redefines the workplace

Hyundai Capital (HC), recently awarded ‘Captive Finance Company of the Year’, has unveiled its UK headquarters located in Reigate, Surrey. Gensler, a world leading workplace design and architecture firm, has designed a highly flexible and authentic environment spanning 869 sq... View Article

Neave Brown 1929-2018

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has reacted to the death of Neave Brown, the celebrated Modernist architect. RIBA President Ben Derbyshire presented Neave Brown with the 2018 Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, on behalf of HRH The Queen,... View Article

RIBA International long list announced

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the RIBA International List 2018, a new biennial selection of the world’s best new buildings. The list of projects has been selected from entries to what’s claimed as the “world’s most... View Article

Link for copper towers opens in New York

A skybridge linking two copper-clad towers on New York City’s East River has been opened to the public. The tower duo, simply titled American Copper Buildings, are part of a series of projects resulting from collaboration between SHoP Architects and... View Article

Editor’s comment – January

Hello and welcome to your first edition of ADF of 2018, we hope that the start of a new year finds you and your practice embracing the challenges of projects with some renewed vigour, and anticipation for prospects to come. We are... View Article

British Ceramic Tile appoints new commercial director

British Ceramic Tile has made a strategic new appointment to its Board, announcing John Chater as commercial director. A new senior position within the business, John will assume responsibility for the company’s sales, marketing, design and product development departments, with... View Article

Anyone for Half a Million Mugs of Tea?

Launched in 2017, the Newton Membrane Recycling Service is the first recycling scheme in UK waterproofing. Now, with the release of Newton’s first annual recycling report we can see just how much HDPE plastic was recycled in 2017, and how... View Article

Snarkitecture

Snarkitecture, a New York-based multidisciplinary design studio, is a collaborative and experimental practice investigating theboundaries between art and architecture. Established by architect Alex Mustonen and artist Daniel Arsham, their work focuses on the reinterpretation of everyday materials, structures and programmes... View Article

Architect set to bring 1930s lido to life

A Grade II-listed 1930s lido is set to reopen after being awarded lottery funding. The £3.4 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant will be used towards a £6.5 million restoration of Broomhill Pool in Ipswich. The art-deco building was constructed in... View Article

Join the Lighting Industry Academy as we look into lighting

The Lighting Industry Academy ‘popped up’ at Lux Live this year. Here the LIA delivered an educational programme, where delegates gained a greater understanding of the key aspects of the lighting industry. We held two mornings of educational sessions, targeted... View Article
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