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Darnton B3 completes new home for Airedale

Darnton B3 Architecture has completed a £40 million project for Leeds-based manufacturer Airedale International, which has seen the business return to a new and improved headquarters following a devastating fire in 2013. The firm was appointed to provide a full... View Article

Nexus PSL’s Andy Lapham takes homes exceptional award

Nexus PSL director of operations Andy Lapham has picked up a top award for Exceptional Contribution to Relocation. He was presented with the accolade at this year’s Relocate Awards which were announced at an exclusive black-tie event at the acclaimed... View Article

BuroHappold Engineering welcomes new Partners

Bob Tong and Nick Greenwood have been accepted into the partnership of BuroHappold Engineering. Roger Nickells, CEO, said: ‘The partners are the leaders of the firm and as such all of the partners have significant influence in the future of... View Article

Stunning visual projections to illuminate iconic Sydney buildings

A stunning city-wide technical production is due to be put in Sydney, Australia, during the world’s largest lighting festival Vivid Sydney. Australian video technology firm Technical Direction Company (TDC) said it was finalising the design of the visual illuminations project which will... View Article

LHC director scoops prestigious European construction award

Glayne Price from Devon-based LHC Architecture + Urbanism has been named Best Woman Architectural Technologist in ‘The European Women in Construction and Engineering Awards’ 2016 (WICE Awards). LHC’s company director is one of 21 elite women from across Europe who... View Article

D R Services shines with new website

D R Services, a specialist in innovative glass structures and fittings, has launched a new website. Creating beautiful glass fixtures to transform any room, be it a glass balustrade or a sleek glass shower, D R Services can create glass-based... View Article

A world first – publication of BIM for landscape

Today marks the publication of ‘BIM for Landscape’, the first book of its kind to focus on the implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes in landscape and the external environment. ‘BIM for landscape’ will not be the Holy Grail... View Article

RIBA joins Global Alliance for Urban Crises

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has become a member of the Global Alliance for Urban Crises, which was launched earlier today during the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), taking place on 23-24 May 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. The... View Article

BDP yields big wins at RICS Regional Awards

Five BDP designed projects have been successful in this year’s RICS Regional Awards, with two of them winning the top accolade of project of the year. The award scheme showcases the achievements of the most inspirational regional initiatives and developments... View Article

Shigeru Ban Architects win Austrian HQ project

Shigeru Ban Architects won the international competition for the design of Austrian wood furniture manufacturer TEAM 7’s new headquarters. Shigeru Ban’s winning concept won over the jury with an innovative, energy-neutral wooden construction. “The design by Shigeru Ban really speaks to the... View Article

Sir David Chipperfield to mentor Swiss architect

Sir David Chipperfield has chosen Swiss architect Simon Kretz as his protégé in the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative for 2016–2017. Kretz said he was “overjoyed” to be selected and expects that Sir David will profoundly influence his understanding... View Article

BIM and housing issues combine at JCT’s parliamentary reception

The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)’s Construction Industry Parliamentary Reception was held at the House of Commons on Tuesday 17 May 2016, bringing together construction industry professionals, clients and government to reflect upon current issues in construction and their impact on... View Article

Witcher Crawford Architects launches new website

The new website showcases the exceptional work undertaken by the Winchester-based practice, highlighting a wide range of architectural styles from Palladian, Arts and Crafts and Victorian through to the most contemporary glass and concrete. The site uses stunning photography and... View Article

Washroom’s one-of-a-kind changing rooms

Designer and manufacturer Washroom Washroom, has created a truly unique changing area at a new luxury central London health club. Third Space, which already has three clubs in London, has recently opened a fourth at Tower Bridge, overlooking the Thames.... View Article
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