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Google search ends for UK HQ

Plans for Google’s giant wedge-shaped UK headquarters near King’s Cross railway station have been submitted for planning. Proposals for the 11-storey building designed by Heatherwick Studio and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) show a sloped structure with an extensively glazed sawtooth... View Article

AHR-designed BTR development opens in Salford

The first of two AHR-designed BTR (build to rent) apartment buildings in Salford has launched, bringing 90 new homes to the city. Located on Stanley Street, on the banks of the River Irwell in and part of the English Cities... View Article

AET supplies HIU system to Hexgreave Hall

AET recently announced an exclusive distribution deal with Italian based DAE Energia; introducing heat metering solutions for residential and commercial applications. They have since secured their first order, supplying to the historical Hexgreave Hall in Nottinghamshire. Hexgreave Hall is part... View Article

Architect appointed to Phase 3 of £300m regeneration

Swan Housing Association, which is delivering the £300m regeneration of Robin Hood Gardens in Tower Hamlets, has announced the appointment of C.F. Møller as the architects for Phase 3 of the regeneration, known as Blackwall Reach. Phase 3 will deliver approximately... View Article

Work gets underway on Welsh-designed Indian temple

Construction begins in Karnataka, India, on new temple in 800-year-old Hoysala style After almost eight years of designing and planning, construction has finally begun on an ancient Indian temple designed by Cardiff architect Professor Adam Hardy. The first carved soapstone... View Article

Arup engineers V&A Exhibition Road Quarter

Arup has led an innovative and complex engineering project for the V&A Exhibition Road Quarter, providing The Blavatnik Hall, a new entrance into the V&A; The Sackler Courtyard, the world’s first all-porcelain public courtyard; and The Sainsbury Gallery, a purpose... View Article

The Enterprise Centre wins national RIBA Award

The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia (UEA) added to its trophy cabinet last night (21 June) with a national Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) award. The recognition follows the three RIBA East awards it won last... View Article
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