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Lowest U-values available

An innovative partnership between Crittall Windows and Crystal Units Ltd is creating glazing that achieves the lowest available U-values combined with a host of other advantages. A new agreement between steel window specialists Crittall and the north-London based Crystal Units... View Article

gpad breathes life into Brutalist office building

BCO award winning architectural practice, gpad london ltd, has completed a 5,705 sq.ft new-build reception extension at Brunel House, Fitzalan Road, Cardiff. The lightweight glass and steel extension juxtaposes the existing Brutalist architecture of the 15-storey mass concrete office building.... View Article

Grade II becomes Grade A with Neaco’s help

Neaco have supplied an extensive balustrade specification to help transform a Grade II Listed former Post Office and Telephone Exchange into Grade A contemporary offices in Sheffield city centre. Scott’s Developments took on the technically challenging project to breathe new... View Article

DELABIE launches new threaded shower head filter

DELABIE has extended its range of BIOFIL terminal filters with a new single use anti-bacterial shower head which attaches directly to the shower hose. As with all the BIOFIL filters, this shower head secures the water quality at the point-of-use,... View Article

Luceco lights Ark Byron Primary Academy

Luceco and Rawfield Electrical Contractors based in Hull, have recently completed the supply and installation of over 400 energy saving LED luminaires at Ark Byron Primary Academy’s brand-new school located at The Vale, London. The Education Funding Agency (EFA) funded the... View Article

New Bradite coating “will take market by storm”

British manufacturer of high quality protective coatings Bradite is set to take the specialist paint market by storm with the launch of a new multi-purpose product that is suitable for use on all surfaces. Bradite One Can, the first all-purpose... View Article
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Homes fit for Brits

The British take their homes seriously. If we’re not putting up shelves, mowing the lawn or staining the fence, we’re no doubt watching Grand Designs explaining to each other knowingly why that space-age carbon-neutral windmill will never come in on... View Article

Glass Through the Ages

Some 40 years ago a balustrade would have been wrought iron with a wooden handrail or steel posts. While these certainly did the job, they definitely didn’t add much to the aesthetics of modern architecture. Fast forward some years and... View Article

Good acoustics for Art and Design

Bedales School is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the South Downs National Park in Hampshire. Its new Art and Design building designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has a strong sense of... View Article

Boss Design to unveil new personal workspace solutions

At this year’s festival, Boss Design will be unveiling a series of personal workspace solutions and opening the doors of its highly anticipated newly refurbished London showroom. Demonstrating the company’s philosophy on workplace design, visitors to 7 Clerkenwell Road will be guided... View Article

Barrier Partners Colcom®

Barrier Components Ltd has partnered with leading Italian component manufacturer Colcom, adding quality glass accessories for interior architecture to their product portfolio for UK customers. Barrier Components now hold a wide selection of Colcom hardware, available from stock at their... View Article
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