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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

RIBA responds to social housing boost

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) responds to the announcement of investment in social housing across England confirmed today (26 June 2018) by Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, The Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP. Speaking... View Article

Vent-Axia supports charities throughout 2017 and 2018

Leading ventilation company Vent-Axia, along with many of its staff, have continued to support a range of national and local charities throughout 2017 and is continuing to show this support in 2018. Ranging from bake sales and raffles through to... View Article

Trio of senior promotions at Sweco

Engineering, environment and design consultancy Sweco UK has strengthened its senior team with three key promotions across its Buildings division. Mark Davison, who heads Sweco’s fire engineering team, has been promoted to technical director. Mark has more than 17 years’ experience in... View Article

Brokenshire announces social housing investment boost

A multi-billion pound boost to social housing across England has been confirmed by Secretary of State for Communities, James Brokenshire MP £1.67bn social housing deal to deliver 23,000 affordable homes Government confirms details of £1bn investment to support a new... View Article

Martin Pease Appointed Managing Director at WATG London

WATG, one of the world’s leading integrated architectural design firms, has announced the appointment of Martin Pease as Managing Director of the firm’s London practice. A seasoned global executive, Pease brings 25 years of design and commercial business experience to... View Article

Shock of the New

An architectural milestone, when it was built 16 years ago, MALBA (Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires) has become one of Buenos Aires’ most recognisable landmarks.  Its exhibition spaces have hosted the very best in modern art from across... View Article

Parliament vote to expand Heathrow

In a landmark vote yesterday, Parliament unambiguously backed expanding Heathrow – ending decades of political debate on one of the UK’s most pressing infrastructure issues. MPs from across political parties joined forces to support the Government’s Airports National Policy Statement. The vote... View Article

GS8 to deliver first phase of Watford Junction Masterplan

GS8, the design-led residential and commercial property developer, is pleased to announce it has secured planning consent to deliver a 146 unit, mixed-use development in Watford, Hertfordshire. The development is the first phase to be awarded planning in Watford Borough... View Article
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