Senior’s healthy mix of solutions are better by design

Ideally suited to the healthcare sector, aluminium fenestration systems can offer huge benefits in terms of aesthetics, durability and efficiency and thanks to Senior Architectural Systems, specifiers can access a full range of solutions from one sole supplier. With a... View Article

Kingspan TEK sports centre is fit for King’s

Students at the renowned King’s College School in Cambridge are enjoying getting active in their new Sports & Cultural Centre, constructed with the use of the offsite Kingspan TEK Cladding Panels. The school previously lacked a dedicated indoor sports area,... View Article

Let the light flow with stunning steel screens

Broken-plan homes are popular as they give the appearance of more space while still maintaining separate areas. This can be often achieved through the use of internal screens. Steel is the perfect material for these internal screens as it is strong... View Article

Marano Fencing

Our aluminium fencing is a long lasting, low maintenance, easy to work with solution that is also lightweight. Slats are available in three different finishes, a realistic golden oak wood effect, contemporary anthracite grey and mill/raw finish. The slats can... View Article

A new hope

A pioneering cancer treatment centre in Manchester saw international architects HKS harnessing high-tech methods for attacking tumours using proton beams, while providing a human-centred facility. James Parker reports Proton beam therapy is an advanced and highly precise form of radiotherapy... View Article

AT Awards: 2019 winners

The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) is delighted to announce the winners for its annual AT Awards. Presented by CIAT President Alex Naraian on 13 September 2019, the Awards celebrate outstanding achievements in Architectural Technology for both students and... View Article

Kenneth Frampton to receive the 2019 Soane Medal

Sir John Soane’s Museum has announced that Kenneth Frampton, renowned British architect, critic, historian and Professor of Architecture at Columbia University, New York, will be the recipient of the 2019 Soane Medal. Awarded annually, the Soane Medal recognises architects and... View Article

Raising the standard

Jack Wooler explores the architects’ strategy behind a social housing scheme in Much Wenlock, Shropshire – a project which shows how Passivhaus can be achieved in a design that also worked with difficult terrain On the steeply sloping site of Callaughtons... View Article

Stotherm system keeps things warm for Belfast residents

A prominent Northern Ireland apartment block has been given a new lease of life with the installation of a combination of products supplied by Sto. The 15-storey Carnet House building on Belfast’s Ardcarn Estate, owned by the Housing Executive, now... View Article