ISG to convert vacant Secondary into new Essa Primary

ISG has been awarded its latest education project, procured through North West Construction Hub (NWCH), securing a £2.4 million scheme for the EFA (Education Funding Authority) to create a new primary school in Bolton. Occupying a vacated secondary school site,... View Article

Stainless steel balustrade meets luxury specification in The Lakes

A development of luxury apartments in the scenic surroundings of the Lake District has used Neaco’s Spectrum, stainless steel balustrade and balconies to provide a suitably high aesthetic. Incorporating tinted glass panel infills, Spectrum is extensively featured on bespoke Juliet balconies... View Article

450,000 sq ft Aldwych Quarter Scheme completes

One of London’s largest refurbishment projects, the 450,000 sq ft (GIA) Aldwych Quarter scheme, which encompasses Bush House – the Grade II listed former home of the BBC World Service – and three adjoining buildings on the Northbank has been... View Article

Wandsworth residents back Gatwick expansion

A poll of more than 1,500 Wandsworth residents shows the majority now support expansion at Gatwick airport. Of the people questioned, 57 per cent support a new runway at Gatwick compared to 16 per cent who want a new runway... View Article

Georgia Institute of Technology renovates Residence Halls

Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm based in Atlanta and Columbia, S.C., announced ongoing progress of two new higher education housing development projects. The projects include renovation of the historic Glenn and Towers Residence Halls... View Article

World’s first fire proof revolving door

Located in the Centre of Eindhoven, an existing mall takes on an entirely new expression – one which aims to push a complete shopping experience to its visitors: Project manager David Visser from client CBRE Global Investors, explained: “We think... View Article

Gallerie dell’Accademia

The Gallerie dell’Accademia at the foot of the famous Accademia Bridge host a vast collection of Venitian paintings from the 14th to the 18th century. The museum complex had been built on the 14th century site of the church and... View Article

The Shepherds Bush Pavilion unveiled

The Shepherds Bush Pavilion- a Grade II listed building dating from 1923- was originally constructed as a cinema. Designed by Frank Verity, it won the RIBA London Street Architecture Award for the best London façade. Heavily damaged during World War... View Article

Tengbom designs Kommendören restaurant

Tengbom’s interior design studio has designed the new Kommendören restaurant in Stockholm’s Östermalm district. The neighbourhood restaurant is inspired by the American bistro concept and will open its doors this Friday, 10 October. Kommendören, at Kommendörsgatan 7, is the most... View Article