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Aiding hygiene control with the new Matrix M basin

A new height adjustable wash basin with enhanced features that assist hygiene control has been launched by Pressalit Care. Known as the Matrix M, Pressalit Care has developed new integrated power buttons for raising and lowering the basin, and to... View Article

Consort Claudgen launches SL single-zone controllers

Consort Claudgen have introduced three new wireless controllers which can be connected to one or multiple SL heaters to form an SL heating system. All controllers have comfort and setback temperature settings. The SLPB and SLVT have a control button... View Article

Blog: Designing for biometric access control

Shaun Oakes 0f ievo Ltd, the Newcastle-based manufacturer of biometric fingerprint readers, explains how developments in biometrics have revolutionised access control in buildings Architects and designers of commercial buildings have a myriad of factors to consider irrespective of the original sector... View Article

GreeenBlue Urban puts down roots in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes Councils’ Master Plan was to redevelop and regenerate land in and around Bletchley Town Centre building on the opportunities created by the development of east-west rail and the work undertaken in the Bletchley Fixing the Links project a... View Article

Get off-site InSite from Eurocell at Ecobuild 2018

Eurocell is promising to deliver a whole host of benefits to the timber frame and off-site construction sectors with the launch of its new InSite window solution.InSite will enable timber frame manufacturers to install fully glazed, fully finished windows into wall... View Article

Heradesign proves it’s tough enough inside and out

The Albion Street neighbourhood in Southwark, London is undergoing an extensive regeneration programme. A new school building for Albion Primary fulfils a central function in helping achieve the council’s ambitious plan. The Ofsted Outstanding rated school has expanded and is... View Article

The art of ‘floating’ Cantilever staircases

Architectural engineering and intelligent design can both integrate into a property, and transform architecture into art. One of the main features within a property that often gets overlooked, but when given attention can transform even the most standard of homes... View Article

Klober air-open underlay tops performance ratings

Variable performance of vapour permeable underlays prompted the NHBS and, ultimately, the BSI to require supporting high level ventilation for such products. By contrast, air-open underlays may still be used unsupported and for roofs needing the highest standard of ventilation... View Article

Accessible design for commercial washrooms

DELABIE will be showcasing its new range of grab bars and shower seats at Ecobuild. Adapted washrooms tend to be functional and have an institutional feel. To challenge this, DELABIE has launched the Be-Line® range, with design at its core,... View Article
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