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The Age of Enlightenment

A formerly aloof monument to ancient art has been opened up in the French city of Nantes, with a precise handling of light and form as the keys to a unifying extension and refurbishment by Stanton Williams. James Parker reports... View Article

Ambitious house building project set to bring 4,000 troops home

Stewart Milne Timber Systems, the UK’s leading offsite timber frame manufacturer, will this month begin work on a collaborative project to relocate approximately 4,000 service personnel and their families from Germany to Salisbury Plain in South Wiltshire. The prestigious house-building... View Article

The inseparable duo of Manhattan

The familiar look of the New York skyline has now been interrupted by a pair of eye-catching skyscrapers on the banks of the East River. The copper-clad, dual residential towers are reminiscent of a couple dancing, kinked at the hip... View Article

Financial close achieved on new Queensferry High School

The new Queensferry High School project reached an important milestone as Financial Close was achieved on Thursday 14 June. Financial Close occurs when all the project and financing agreements have been signed and all the required conditions contained in them... View Article

ZHA’s Morpheus Hotel opens in Macau

Morpheus, a new flagship hotel for the City of Dreams resort in Macau, has opened. Asia’s most popular entertainment destination, Macau welcomed more than 32 million tourists in 2017, with visitor numbers increasing every year. Located in Cotai, Macau, City... View Article

Clarity of vision

Forming a cluster of overlapping, pristine volumes, a new university campus in Milan brings an artistic formal composition together with leading edge medical practice, research and study. Sébastien Reed reports With its origins in the creation of a nursing degree... View Article

Breaking new ground with the Barony Campus

Work on one of Scotland’s most talked about capital investment project – the Barony Campus – officially got underway this week as pupils gathered on site for the ground breaking ceremony. The £68m Barony Campus will incorporate The Robert Burns... View Article

Lincoln Hotel and Restaurant gets green light

Plans for a six storey hotel and luxury restaurant in Lincoln city centre have been approved following a meeting of the City of Lincoln Council’s planning committee last month (23rd May). Designed by Lincoln-based architects LK2, plans for the 5,371... View Article

Precision-made for flexibility

With flexibility and functionality as key drivers, Bond Bryan Architects designed a state of the art autopart manufacturing facility which allowed for future expansion on demand. Sébastien Reed reports Magna International is a leading automotive supplier with 327 manufacturing operations... View Article
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