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The future of water management

Ian Geeson of Charcon considers how integrating Sustainable Urban Drainage systems (SuDS) into every future urban design project would make a step change in ensuring effective water management In winter 2015/16, we saw widespread flooding, with 16,000 homes in north... View Article

Dualflo wins Queens Award for Enterprise in Innovation

The company behind Dualflo Water Softeners has been chosen by HM The Queen as winner of The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for 2018. The family-run manufacturing firm behind Dualflo, Harvey Water Softeners, has been awarded the UK’s most... View Article

Where old meets new at Thames Lido

Residing alongside the River Thames in Reading is the site of the King’s Meadow swimming pool. It originally opened in 1902 as the Ladies Swimming Baths and is the oldest outdoor public pool from the early Edwardian era in existence.... View Article

Hidden benefits for hotel interiors

Powermatic door closers deliver outstanding performance in fire resistance and accessibility, but it is their concealment that delivers a host of benefits for hotel projects, and which has made them the specifier’s choice for hotel interiors. British designed and manufactured,... View Article

Imperial answers demand with new Waterstruck bricks

Imperial Bricks has introduced new Restoration Red and Restoration Oxford Yellow Multi Waterstruck bricks in response to increasing demand for regionally appropriate variations. These traditional handmade bricks are made using a relatively soft clay, with water used as the releasing agent... View Article

NexSys shower surface from Kaldewei

NexSys shower surface is an innovative new 4-in-1 complete installation ready system, consisting of a waste channel, sloping support, sealing and an enamelled shower surface enabling ultra simple and fast installation. The elegant design of the narrow waste channel, with brushed... View Article

Plaswood’s stairway to sustainability

The Menai Bridge spans the sea between Anglesey and mainland Wales – a monument to strength and endurance. It can be reached several ways from the Anglesey side, but until recently one of them was in sharp contrast to the... View Article

Wonderful Washrooms at Walthamstow Wetlands

Walthamstow Wetlands is the capital’s newest and largest urban wetland nature reserve and increases public access to nature in an area of London deficient in open space. As part of the scheme Architects Witherford Watson Mann designed a visitor centre... View Article

Living with quiet

One of the most unusual locations for Troldtekt acoustic ceiling tiles has to be found inside a fascinating new house in Sai Kung, Hong Kong. This remarkable and exciting project by Millimeter Interior Design has transformed an impractical and cramped... View Article
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