WilkinsonEyre unveils Bakhmaro Mountain Hotel

In a valley at an altitude of approximately 2000m, Bakhmaro Mountain Hotel provides access to unparalleled views of the steep mountain slopes. WilkinsonEyre’s competition-winning proposal has been designed to connect guests to the wider landscape from the moment of arrival.... View Article

Plans Submitted for 142-Home Brownfield Regeneration in Battersea

Local property developer Rockwell, has submitted proposals by award-winning architects, Farrells, to redevelop an underused brownfield site to deliver 142 much-needed new homes in Battersea, Wandsworth. As one of the oldest buildings in the Ransomes Dock area, the Glassmill (1 Battersea Bridge Road) is no... View Article

Haddonstone stars in 19th century church restoration

A two-year project to repair and extend a popular Greek Orthodox church in Hertfordshire has involved a variety of traditional trade skills and conservation techniques, as well as the sourcing of materials to match the style of the existing structure.... View Article

On the move – decorative casings for transport hubs

When it comes to durable and decorative casings for transport projects, the extensive Encasement range has them covered. The high volume and constant footfall created by passengers, imposes specific demands on column casings and wall linings, as they need to... View Article

King Edward IV Multi Academy Trust – Case Study

Forming part of the King Edward VI Multi Academy Trust, are two Camp Hill institutions for Boys and Girls. As part of the campus there are a number of outdoor pitches to cater for a plethora of sporting activities. Despite... View Article

Hermetically sealed doors stop pathogens spread

James White of Record UK looks at the important role of cleanrooms and hermetically sealing door systems in healthcare environments – as well as providing useful guidance on their specification Patient wellbeing is of critical importance within healthcare settings and... View Article

A sound footing for learning

Schools are hubs of learning, yet the effectiveness of teaching depends on an often-overlooked factor. Michael Anderson of Zentia discuss the how the acoustic environment is crucial for optimal education, and the guidance available The quality of sound within a... View Article

HKR Architects announces Senior promotions

International Design Practice, HKR Architects is pleased to announce the appointment of Kola Ojeyomi as our new Managing Director. As the practice continues to expand its reach and impact in the global design arena, this exciting transition will be instrumental... View Article

ACA launches the principaldesigner.uk register for the industry

The Association of Consultant Architects has launched the Building Safety Act principal designer register. Following the Grenfell Tower fire, the government updated the building safety regulations requiring a Principal Designer on all building projects. The ACA has reviewed the competence... View Article

Include sensory sanctuaries

Catherine Helliker of Danfloor discusses harnessing the power of carpets for creating inclusive education environments suitable for all to use In the dynamic field of education design, the significance of creating inclusive spaces for neurodivergent individuals cannot be overstated. Among... View Article

Practice Profile: RX Architects

LISTEN HERE After working on projects in London and the south east for several years, Rob Pollard and Derek Rankin decided their true calling was to found a resi-focused practice in historic Rye. Roseanne Field reports on their successful partnership,... View Article

Clerkenwell Design Week expands its offer for 2024

LISTEN HERE Clerkenwell Design Week made a triumphant return to London between 21-23 May, marking its 15th year as a global design festival. Building upon its 2023 edition, which drew over 37,000 visitors, CDW elevated the experience with new venues,... View Article