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Aluglaze panels an ideal choice for facade of emergency homes

Sheffield based Panel Systems, developer QED Sustainable Urban Developments and offsite manufacturer CargoTek, have worked together to alleviate the level of homelessness in Ealing, with homes built from former shipping containers that feature attractive facades manufactured from Aluglaze panels. The... View Article

A Uniform Refurbishment for GEZE UK

GEZE UK responded to the call “to be the best” as part of a three-year, multi-million pound make-over, of the National Army Museum, in London – making it more accessible and providing enhanced visitor facilities. The reconfiguration of its 1970... View Article

A grand transformation – Procuratie Vecchie, Venice

David Chipperfield Architects has embraced the daunting task of transforming one of Venice’s most important historic buildings for a very different future use. Roseanne Field reports. Even if you have never visited, you are likely to be able to mentally picture Venice’s... View Article

A class above: two superyacht projects offered for sale

Why a new build superyacht? Owning a new build superyacht is the pinnacle of yacht ownership. Whether the yacht is a brand new yacht construction or a spectacular superyacht conversion of an existing commercial vessel, building a superyacht is an... View Article

Punta Colorada, Cuba master plan

PDP London (an international architectural practice with offices in London, Madrid and Hong Kong) appointed masterplan architect for new 700ha resort in western Cuba, winning an international competition. A collaboration between PDP London Architects and Urban Designers with DSC Group... View Article

Frida Escobedo to design Serpentine Pavilion 2018

The Mexican architect Frida Escobedo, celebrated for dynamic projects that reactivate urban space, has been commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2018. Harnessing a subtle interplay of light, water and geometry, her atmospheric courtyard-based design draws on both the domestic architecture... View Article

PH House by Norm Architects

Norm Architects have restored and rebuilt a historic villa in Copenhagen after a devastating fire. The story goes that the house used to be inhabited by the renowned Danish architect, designer and cultural critic, Poul Henningsen. The villa, located in... View Article

Warmth, wellbeing and wow factor

A major and ultra-prestigious application in the City of London could really put U.S. red oak on the European map. The European market must, till now, have been something of a frustration for U.S. red oak suppliers. The species is... View Article
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