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The Leadenhall Building reaches practical completion

British Land and Oxford Properties have announced practical completion of The Leadenhall Building, a stunning new addition to the London skyline demonstrating state of the art construction and extraordinary craftsmanship. Standing a statuesque 224 metres tall with 46 floors, this... View Article

Post Tower wins CTBUH 10-Year Award

Post Tower, a 163-meter office tower in Bonn, Germany, has received the 10 Year Award from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). The 10 Year Award recognises proven value and performance in a tall building, across one... View Article

ISG Takes One America Square Scheme for Blackstone

ISG has been awarded a £5.4 million refurbishment project at One America Square in the City of London, building on the company’s long-standing relationship with global investment firm Blackstone. The project sees ISG strip out and remodel 35,000 sq ft... View Article

City Walls improvement project wins Heritage Award

Chester’s PORTICO project has been awarded the Heritage Award 2014 in the North West Regional Construction Awards. Already the recipient of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation and Royal Town Planning Institute’s North West Conservation Award, work to the scheduled... View Article

Blueprint for rejuvenated Southall published

A blueprint for a rejuvenated Southall that maximises the enormous potential of Crossrail has been published by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson and Ealing Council. The Southall Opportunity Area Planning Framework (SOAPF) sets out the planning, regeneration and design... View Article

Architecture students scoop awards for Sill-inspired designs

Talented Northumbria University students have won prestigious awards for their innovative designs based around an adapted brief for The Sill – the North East’s proposed £11.7m National Landscape Discovery Centre. As part of their third year project work, architecture students... View Article

One final hurdle for Belfast landmark stadium

Steve Menary reports on plans for Northern Ireland’s newest venue, the Ulster GAA Stadium, designed by Populous. With the troubles now hopefully consigned to Northern Irish history, a new political consensus has emerged that is aiming to heal wounds scarred... View Article

Something old and something new

The new University of Cumbria is not lacking in character and history – and architects are helping it get the message across, as James Pringle reports. The University of Cumbria may be a newcomer to British higher education, but it... View Article
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