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HeartFelt from Amsterdam

The recently completed restaurant and cafeteria area of the Amstelgebouw office building in Amsterdam Holland, features an acoustic ceiling using Hunter Douglas Architectural’s Heartfelt modular felt ceiling system. HeartFelt is the latest addition to the Hunter Douglas range of ceiling... View Article

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands bags Winchester redevelopment

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (LDS) has been appointed to design a new mixed-use quarter in Winchester, Hampshire. Winchester City Council has asked the architects to design ‘a sensitive blend’ of commercial and residential property development with the aim to improve the... View Article

Leigh & Orange designs Vanke’s first TOD project in Hangzhou

Leigh & Orange has been awarded the design contract to provide architectural services for the first Vanke and Hangzhou Metro joint-venture Transit Oriented Development (TOD) project in Hangzhou, China. The project is located at the Xiangyuanlu Station of Metro Line 10 with a site area... View Article

Masterplan for new Singapore business district unveiled

The masterplan for Singapore’s next central business district developed by a team including Arup, KCAP, SAA Architects, S333 and Lekker has been unveiled in a public exhibition. Jurong Lake District will be a new mixed-use business area built around the... View Article

Schmidt Hammer Lassen announces first US scheme

Schmidt Hammer Lassen has designed a major mixed-use scheme in downtown Detroit, USA. Monroe Blocks, the first US scheme for the architects, will feature a number of irregularly-shaped blocks, including the city’s first high-rise office tower in a generation. The... View Article

Pitman Tozer build to rent scheme gets nod

A build to rent development comprising 182 homes has been granted planning permission, subject to agreement of Section 106 and GLA approval, by the London Borough of Newham. Plaistow Hub, which was designed by Pitman Tozer Architects and is the... View Article

Selecting Victorian tile leads to Swift sale

When Alan Swift saw the Rosemary Clay Craftsman Victorian tile from Redland his first thought was: “I’ve got a job for that tile. The colour’s perfect.” And that job was an upmarket detached house with four double bedrooms in Wigmore,... View Article

C.F. Møller to design new London neighbourhood

C.F. Møller Architects has been chosen to transform a former industrial site in London into a new mixed-use neighbourhood. The architects were awarded a preferred bidder status by the Greater London Authority (GLA) and will work alongside a consortium led... View Article
Visionary London-based architects and planning consultants, Extension Architecture have recently begun work on an innovative project that will transform an ordinary post-war suburban house in Wimbledon into a pair of state-of-the-art semi-detached homes.

Flagship design for Battersea firm ultimately goes to build

Visionary London and Surrey-based architects and planning consultants, Extension Architecture have recently begun work on an innovative project that will transform an ordinary post-war suburban house in Wimbledon into a pair of state-of-the-art semi-detached homes. From a single 220m² dwelling... View Article

Bespoke Allgood ironmongery helps transform Soho’s Pathé building

Sheppard Robson Architects LLP has completed the renovation of the former offices of production company Pathé Films at 103-109 Wardour Street. Overcoming initial specification difficulties, the architect’s practice turned to Allgood to provide a bespoke, bronze finished ironmongery solution that... View Article
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