LK2 bolsters marketing team with new hire

The growing firm of architecture, sports and leisure specialists, LK2 has welcomed marketing and communications manager Marc Rhodes to raise awareness of its high-profile work. Marc – who has nine years’ experience in marketing – has taken up the role... View Article

Three colours white – Glazed brick facade for Banque de France

Highest security standards, but not a visual fortress. Naturally lit workspaces despite strictest building requirements. An aesthetically pleasing complex devoid of monotony. The objectives set by architects Jean-Paul Viguier et Associés (Paris) in the renovated and new buildings of the “Banque de France”... View Article

Planning approval for first homes at Filton Airfield

Planning approval to deliver 278 new homes on the site of the former Filton Airfield has been granted by South Gloucestershire Council. The new homes form the first phase in the transformation of the historic airfield site into a thriving... View Article

Ennead Architects Completes Denning House at Stanford University

Ennead Architects has completed Denning House, the new home for the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program at Stanford University. Working with the University and the Denning Family, Ennead Design Partner Richard Olcott developed a design that supports the ambitious goals of the program, which brings together an international... View Article

New Country Manager joins Hydro Building Systems

As part of Hydro’s continuing growth within the UK, Olivier Vincent joins the company as Country Manager. Bringing with him over twenty years of experience within the fenestration industry, Olivier will be responsible for developing the market as well as... View Article

Black is the new black

It is interesting how design trends are quickly mirrored across the world. A few years’ ago, for example, lifestyle and interior design magazines were all about plain white walls, hard surfaces and minimal furniture. Today, heavier materials are being revitalised... View Article

Danjiang Bridge construction begins

Construction has begun on the 950m Danjiang Bridge in Taiwan, the world’s longest single-mast, asymmetric cable-stayed bridge. Spanning the mouth of the Tamsui River that flows through Taipei, the 950m Danjiang Bridge is integral to the infrastructure upgrading program of... View Article