Delve Architects complete first residential scheme

Delve Architects has completed its first residential project in Nunhead, South London, and it’s just been shortlisted for an NLA ‘Don’t Move, Improve’ Award. The existing, somewhat unloved, traditional Victorian house has been completely transformed by Delve to provide a... View Article

An Active Resolution for 2020

At the start of each year it’s customary to make resolutions for the year ahead which, it is hoped, will encourage positive changes. Of course, for all the best intentions, after a few days, weeks or (occasionally) months, these commitments... View Article

Secure design: making access control about more than safety

Access control technology is becoming about much more than safeguarding or tracking how a user moves around a space or building Whether designing offices, homes or hotels, architects should remember that users don’t just value the security of their personal... View Article

Alderley Park Sports Complex opens to public

A new gym and sports complex in Cheshire has recently been unveiled and is welcoming its first wave of energetic visitors Designed by Pozzoni Architecture on behalf of property developers Bruntwood SciTech, the £4m Alderley Park Sports Complex boasts a... View Article

LGA responds to building safety announcements

Responding to building safety announcements by Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick recently, the Local Government Association’s building safety spokesman Lord Porter, said: “It is good that the Government is looking at lowering the height requirement at which combustible cladding is banned... View Article

Cobe opens exhibition in Berlin

The Danish architecture company Cobe, headed by Dan Stubbergaard, has opened an updated edition of the highly successful exhibition ‘Our Urban Living Room’ at the renowned Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin The opening was launched last Friday with a big... View Article