New planning manager for award-winning consultancy

A planning-led architectural practice in Cornwall has just recruited a new planning manager to its award-winning team. Laurence Associates, which celebrates its 25th birthday this year, offers town planning, architecture, interior architecture and landscape architecture expertise. It attracts commissions from... View Article

Pôle Erdre headquarters and Loire Nantes Métropole

The Paris office of Thibaud Babled Architectes Urbanistes just delivered a multipurpose complex comprised of 4 buildings, housing the headquarters of the Nantes Métropole “proximity” centre, an office of Pôle Emploi (national employment agency) and housing. The project’s varied program of high... View Article

200 take flight for official launch of DesignBrighton

More than 200 local business people attended the official launch of DesignBrighton, a new festival celebrating the city’s urban environment. Attendees were treated to a flight on the BAi360 for a stunning view of Brighton’s architectural landscape by sunset. Among... View Article

Blog: Minimal and modern bathrooms

No longer simply a functional room, a smart modern bathroom is a key priority for many homeowners. Here Andy Cairns, Sanitary Category Manager at Multikwik talks about the essential elements of every modern bathroom, including sanitary systems, flush plates and... View Article

The Magnificent Seven – TODD Architects promotes New Associates

TODD Architects is delighted to announce a posse of internal team promotions, creating seven new Associates with specialisms across a range of sectors, including office, residential, healthcare, education, retail and aviation. Says MD Paul Crowe: “These well-deserved promotions are part of... View Article

Budget 2018: industry reactions

After Chancellor Phillip Hammond made several announcements of increased investment in housing and construction in his Budget speech, industry leaders have been quick to comment. With more positive spending news than many had expected, the commentary was largely favourable, though... View Article