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Central Alliance launches new Geo Construction division

Central Alliance, the market leading pre-construction services company, with expertise in surveying, ground investigation, monitoring, data acquisition and hosting, has strengthened its geotechnical capabilities with the creation of a new Geo Construction division. Investment in the new division includes the... View Article

The colossal Sculpted Torus is installed

David Harber, the visionary artist and sculptor, recently visited the Doha Festival City development in Qatar to install his latest bespoke commission, a ‘Sculpted Torus’ that is a striking 4m in diameter. The piece is an adaptation of David Harber... View Article

Garden lighting

No London super-prime residential is complete without a show-stopping garden. Successful lighting enhances the outside space and extends the perception of the interior. Stephen Woodhams and DESIGN PLUS LIGHT made full use of outdoor space for this Kensington Development to... View Article

Keeping the burglars out with steel windows

Difficult to force because of the inherent strength of their frames, steel windows are not liked by burglars. One of the best deterrents to a prospective thief is the traditional ‘cottage’ style steel window, divided into small frames, with interlocked... View Article

New Video: Designing the perfect rugby stadium

Rugby legends discuss the rugby stadium of the future with HOK. HOK, a leading sports architecture firm, gathered four world-class rugby players to discuss what they would like to see in rugby stadiums of the future. John Rhodes, a director... View Article

Joseph Walsh unveils Magnus Modus

A site-specific 7-metre wood sculpture commissioned for the Courtyard of the National Gallery of Ireland. Irish studio workshop Joseph Walsh Studio unveils its latest commission Magnus Modus, a large scale, seven metre tall, free-form sculpture made of multiple layers of... View Article
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