Shock of the New

An architectural milestone, when it was built 16 years ago, MALBA (Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires) has become one of Buenos Aires’ most recognisable landmarks.  Its exhibition spaces have hosted the very best in modern art from across... View Article

Parliament vote to expand Heathrow

In a landmark vote yesterday, Parliament unambiguously backed expanding Heathrow – ending decades of political debate on one of the UK’s most pressing infrastructure issues. MPs from across political parties joined forces to support the Government’s Airports National Policy Statement. The vote... View Article

GS8 to deliver first phase of Watford Junction Masterplan

GS8, the design-led residential and commercial property developer, is pleased to announce it has secured planning consent to deliver a 146 unit, mixed-use development in Watford, Hertfordshire. The development is the first phase to be awarded planning in Watford Borough... View Article

Waterloo’s tech guide gets even better

The Green Book, the industry’s air diffusion technical guide, just got even better. With 26,000 hard copies and hundreds of downloads of the first edition in circulation, this popular guide has been an indispensable resource for the industry since 2011.... View Article

Award-Winning Newton Celebrates 170 Years of Excellence

Newton Waterproofing’s 170th anniversary celebrations got going in style in June, as the historic company hosted over 70 contractors, architects, engineers and specifiers aboard the ‘William B’ Thames cruiser. Guests were treated to a rivers-eye view of some of the... View Article

Architects maber reorganise top management to drive growth

maber’s Managing Director Mark Hobson has become CEO and will focus on the practice’s growing London office and portfolio of projects in the capital. Ian Harris, previously head of Maber’s Leicester office takes over as Managing Director with a brief... View Article
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50 Scollard, Toronto launched

Designs for Foster + Partners newest residential project in Canada were revealed in Toronto. An amalgam of community-based amenities, heritage restoration, high-end luxury residences, and public green space, 50 Scollard lays the foundation for a rich social anchor within a... View Article

Striking a balance between security, aesthetics and budget

Jacksons Fencing has released insights into architects’ views on school safety from its report ‘Protecting the Future’. Taken alongside teachers’ perspectives, the report highlights significant differences between architects and school management as well as some reassuring common ground. On average,... View Article

Vent-Axia supports Clean Air Day 2018

Sussex-based Vent-Axia, a leading British ventilation manufacturer, is delighted to support Clean Air Day on 21 June 2018. The day is co-ordinated by environmental charity Global Action Plan and aims to raise awareness of the risks of air pollution and the... View Article

Britain shows sign of adopting German housing model

Of the estimated 17 million renters in the UK, over two thirds (70 per cent or 12 million adults) have no plans to purchase a property, reveals new research by landlord insurer Direct Line for Business. The research shows Britain is... View Article