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Tengbom designs Kitchen & Table restaurant

Tengbom’s interior design studio is the architect team behind Marcus Samuelsson’s new Kitchen & Table restaurant at Clarion Hotel Amaranten in Stockholm. The restaurant will open to the public this Friday, 16 May. Hotel Amaranten is currently undergoing extensive renovation... View Article

Diffused daylighting gives Hope

Highly insulating Kalwall® has been used for one of the most unusual non-secular buildings ever constructed, the Canadian Our Lady of Hope Mausoleum in Ancaster, Ontario. The design concept from Young + Wright/IBI Group Architects addresses the spiritual character of... View Article

MicroPro – a revolutionary preservative system

MicroPro is a revolutionary preservative system incorporating micronized copper and quaternary compounds to create a new generation of wood preservatives with enhanced technical performance and distinctive environmental and aesthetic product features when compared to other current copper based systems. Aesthetically,... View Article

Quietly attaining olympic quality in roofing

A new multi-use sports centre is giving new life to a former Olympic venue- quietly- through an innovative roof. The Copper Box Arena, built at a cost of £44m as the Handball Arena for the London 2012 Olympic Games, is... View Article

College Court renovation nets architectural award

A project to transform a former University Halls of Residence into a state-of-the-art conference facility and Hotel has won an award recognising the highest standards of restoration and renovation of buildings in the East Midlands. The University of Leicester’s College... View Article

RMIG helps Denmark’s North Star School shine

An innovative star-shaped school at Fredrikshavn in Denmark is using precision perforated steel panels from RMIG, to create giant graphic images depicting key landmarks from across the world as part of a unique cladding and facade solution at the new... View Article

China Design Centre opens to the UK

The UK’s first permanent design centre dedicated to developing relationships between China and the UK, launched at The Building Centre in central London last night. China Design Centre was opened by Sir Terry Farrell and Lord Wei at an event... View Article

New name for Birmingham City University building

Birmingham City University has unveiled the new name for its latest building. ‘The Curzon Building’ is the latest development in the University’s multi-million pound estates plan and is situated in the heart of the City’s learning quarter in Eastside, adjacent... View Article

Timeless Homes presents interior design for luxury chalets

The Munich-based company Timeless Homes GmbH, which creates exclusive luxury homes around the world, today unveiled the exclusive interior design for its Timeless Chalets. The innovative architecture was conceived by renowned designers and reflects the functional aesthetics and clear, purist... View Article

Healthy results for Southmead

Southmead Hospital in Bristol has demonstrated its energy efficiency credentials, through a programme of air tightness testing conducted by BM TRADA. The £425 million Southmead Hospital project is one of the largest privately funded construction projects in the UK. Built... View Article

Endless Stair becomes Scale Infinite

Endless Stair, an intriguing structure of Escher-like interlocking staircases made from American tulipwood cross-laminated timber (CLT) has been reconfigured and is a feature at Interni Magazine’s ‘Feeding New Ideas for the City’ exhibition at the Università degli Studi in Milan.... View Article
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