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Londonewcastle launches new homes in Shoreditch, at The Makers

This autumn, developer Londonewcastle launches ‘The Makers’ – aptly named after East London’s renowned creative community. Built in collaboration with London Borough of Hackney, the mixed-use development will create brand new homes in the heart of popular Shoreditch. Situated on... View Article

Sixties housing development gets new identity from WG+P

WG+P Architects (Waind Gohil + Potter) have redeveloped an existing 1960’s housing scheme in South East London. The development is a twenty minute train ride from London Bridge Station and is aimed at first time buyers. The brief was to extend... View Article

High Specification Cat-B Fit-out for 8 Waterloo Place

AET Flexible Space have just completed a Cat-B fit-out of underfloor air conditioning equipment on the second floor of 8 Waterloo Place for the new incoming tenant, a leading wealth management company. The stunning Edwardian building with a grade II... View Article

Boxpark bid to revive Brighton Beachfront

Brighton based retail and leisure development specialists bid to return Madeira Terrace to former glory Boxpark has revealed plans to revive Brighton’s iconic Madeira Terrace into an internationally renowned retail-and-leisure-as-entertainment destination. Plans have been submitted to Brighton & Hove City... View Article

CPMG Architects Delivers £330M Waterside Campus

Four years after starting on site, the design teams behind the purpose-built £330 million Waterside Campus for the University of Northampton have completed the project. The scheme which houses six new academic buildings on a 58-acre former brownfield site has... View Article

Designed to be dramatically different

MKV Design has recently completed the interior design of a brand new resort in Tenerife, Royal Hideaway Corales, which combines the adults-only Corales Beach Hotel with its 121 junior suites, and the Corales Suites – a collection of one, two... View Article

Ichiba London, Westfield White City

Ichiba London – reportedly Europe’s largest Japanese food hall, designed by CADA Design with Bluecrow Projects selected as the main contractor inside Westfield London, White City. One of Bluecrow’s largest fit-outs to date, the gigantic, 17,400 sq ft blank canvas... View Article

Extracting the maximum from close study

James Parker found out how the new extension to the Cambridge Judge Business School provides the space for modern teaching methods by extracting the greatest potential from a challenging city centre site Cambridge Judge Business School was founded in 1990,... View Article

Down the garden path

On a choice site in fashionable Fitzrovia sits a mixed-use scheme offering high-end flats, office space including the UK home of Facebook, and public green space – in a design carefully bedded into its context. Sébastien Reed reports A stone’s... View Article

LWK Leads Another Win for TOD in Nanjing

LWK & Partners (HK) Ltd is pleased to announce that the Company has successfully won the bid for a transit-oriented development (TOD) project in the Jiangbei New District, Nanjing, China commissioned by the Nanjing Jiangbei New District Economic Hub Development Office.... View Article
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