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Small differences, big changes: SAMPA Automative HQ

The motto of SAMPA Automative “Small differences, big changes” was carried through the design of the space by combining different colours, materials and textures with the intention of creating a modest yet elegant environment in accordance with the needs of the employees... View Article

Osmo transforms a garden shed from drab to fab

Gone are the days a garden shed was a simple space for tools, paints and varnishes, full of mud and cobwebs and clad with worn, damp wood. Now that homeowners are utilising their gardens more and more, many are making... View Article

Sto helps to keep things quiet for London library project

Libraries are noted for their quiet acoustics, and nowhere is this more true than a prominent London library which has just been refurbished with products supplied by Sto Ltd.  Sto’s StoSilent Distance A2 110 system has been installed throughout the Marcus Garvey Centre... View Article

Collaboration key to Bracknell Town Centre delivery

Due to the scale and complexity of the redevelopment of Bracknell Town Centre, coupled with a short timeframe in which to deliver, it was crucial to appoint an experienced specialist contractor with an established supply chain. Prater began work on... View Article

Sky Hut from WG+P Architects gazes at the stars

WG+P Architects (Waind Gohil + Potter) in collaboration with Webb Yates Structural Engineers, have won a design competition with their new glamping cabin, the Sky Hut, inspired by traditional Welsh myths and stargazing. The firm’s winning entry is timber clad... View Article

House 2 harbours creative collaboration in Zurich

A 240 m2 pre-fabricated wooden public installation has been created next to the Toni Areal school in Zurich. House 2 – Counter City is a product of an experimental format for collaborative design and construction conceived by ALICE (Atelier de... View Article

New homes with big roof top terraces at SA1

A new development of exclusive SA1 homes boasting rooftop terraces complete with sea views, has gone on sale. Measuring 20sqm, the private terraces will be the size of an average living room and will also, crucially, catch most of the... View Article

Clearstone resin bound mews entrance

Property developer Sean Hellett of Hellett Holden bought an awkward site containing a Grade II listed Georgian house, an old barn and land big enough for a new build house. Lots of hoops were jumped through, with planning consent for... View Article
Robertson North East England has completed work on a £2.5m extension to Newcastle University. The new Building Sciences Lab is spread over three floors and is a total of 18,000 square feet.

Robertson completes £2.5m Newcastle University extension

Robertson North East England has completed work on a £2.5m extension to Newcastle University. The new Building Sciences Lab is spread over three floors and is a total of 18,000 square feet. Construction started on the high quality facility last April... View Article

Overarching ambition

Giant arched timber columns and what’s thought to be the largest green wall in Europe signal the sustainability credentials of a striking new energy-from-waste facility in Leeds. Stephen Cousins reports A vast 42 metre-high, 123 metre-long wall of vegetation is... View Article
Kirklees Metropolitan District Council has appointed BAM Construction to create Beaumont Primary Academy in Huddersfield.

BAM chosen to create £10million primary in Huddersfield

Kirklees Metropolitan District Council has appointed BAM Construction to create Beaumont Primary Academy in Huddersfield. The £10 million school has just commenced on site, and is funded by the Council. The scheme follows the completion of the 420 place Royds... View Article
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