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Come rain or come shine

Neolith Strata Argentum, Pierre Blue, Iron Corten, Calacatta, Estatuario and Nero Zimbabwe have been specified by US Architects, Arquitectonica, for the façade of pioneering mixed-use development Hudson Lights, in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Hudson Lights, which sits a stone’s throw... View Article

Flying light

Kalwall® translucent cladding has transformed the newly completed 4,200 square metre extension at Indiana’s South Bend Regional Airport. Designed by architects Ken Herceg and Associates, the new terminal comprises five gates, restaurants, gift shops and break-out areas all housed under... View Article

Bespoke Rooflights Enhanced London Home

Located in a West London conservation area, the existing property required updating by remodelling the kitchen and dining room that suffered poor connection to the rear garden. North facing, these rooms received little daylight from the modest sized windows. It... View Article

Gilgen transparent automatic door gets the Royal approval

A specialist fully glazed automatic door from Gilgen Door Systems was recently chosen to create the right impression for Royal Standard Place, a prestigious office block in central Nottingham. The Gilgen SLX- PSF sliding door was chosen by leading building... View Article

Contour from Luceco lights the way in Valencia

Contour from Luceco has been installed at the Valencia-Cabañal Railway Station located in the Cabañal-Cañamelar neighbourhood in the Spanish city ​​of Valencia.   Contour is the ideal linear fluorescent luminaire replacement where continuous runs of illumination are required in many... View Article

Expanding the cinema experience

UNStudio’s design for EuropaCity’s ‘Centre Culturel’ has been selected in the largest private initiative architectural competition ever launched in France. Following the announcement in 2017 of BIG’s masterplan for EuropaCity – a unique new tourism and leisure district in Greater... View Article

Plans approved for unique residential scheme

A residential project that will see the first housing built over the River Thames, has been given the go-ahead by planners. Dartford Council has approved the final phase of the successful Ingress Park development at Greenhithe in Kent, that will... View Article

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
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