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5 of London’s most iconic buildings made with ash

Modern, unique, iconic – London’s skyline is recognised around the world. But did you know some of it is built with ash? London’s historic relationship with its power system is clear to see in its skyline. Old decommissioned power stations,... View Article

Caesarstone presents Stone Age Folk by Jaime Hayon

Unveiled at the neoclassical Palazzo Serbelloni, leading quartz manufacturer Caesarstone presents “Stone Age Folk” by Jaime Hayon, the pinnacle event of their year-long collaboration with the world renowned Spanish designer for the 2017 Designer Collaboration Programme. Inspired by flora, fauna and folklore... View Article

Kemper System takes centre stage at Greenwich Theatre

When the roof of a popular London theatre was no longer watertight, cold-applied liquid waterproofing specialist, Kemper System, provided the ideal solution. Roofing contractors, Capitol Roofing Co Ltd of Blackheath in Greenwich, specified Kemperol 2K-PUR to refurbish the existing 500 sq. m asphalt... View Article

Luceco lights Kuwait International Airport

Luceco has recently relit the Departure & Arrival Gates, Immigration Counters and public areas at Kuwait International Airport, an established regional air hub in the Gulf.  First opened in 1928 as a refueling point for British planes on their way... View Article

Eating on the dock of the bay – Wapping Wharf, Bristol

Bristol’s Wapping Wharf is being revamped into a new food hub for the city, echoing the area’s historic past with a bustling new street plus a restaurant yard made of shipping containers. Teodora Lyubomirova reports. Bristol’s vibrant food and drink... View Article

Steyn Studio’s Bosjes Chapel

The new chapel, set within a vineyard in South Africa, is designed by South-African born Coetzee Steyn of London based Steyn Studio. Its serene sculptural form emulates the silhouette of surrounding mountain ranges, paying tribute to the historic Cape Dutch... View Article

A home-made in a generic environment

Studio RHE has completed a unique four bedroomed villa  in Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche in the heart of Yvelines, a house and plot of 400 m2. Its immediate surroundings consist of homes from different periods, stone or plaster, roofing slate. This house is confronted... View Article

Icopal achieves top performance at LIPA

The world famous Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts – widely known by the acronym, LIPA – has seen a major refurbishment and redevelopment contract carried out by Kier; with three different systems from the range of Icopal Ltd having been... View Article

Mace snaps 1 Grosvenor Square commission

Mace has been appointed to revive a landmark 1930s building in central London. Mace will reconstruct and restore the facade of the Mayfair-based 1 Grosvenor Square, with construction cost believed to be in the region of £140m. The new development will... View Article
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