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Lucien Cornil student residence Marseilles (France)

In Marseilles, A+Architecture has designed one of the highest wooden buildings in France for the CROUS: the Lucien Cornil hall of residence. This eight-floor student residence is the fruit of a successful environmental and construction period. Its sensitive urban approach... View Article

Residential Developer leads on safety with Kidde

Thakeham, one of the leading residential developers in the South East, ensures peace of mind for its customers with Kidde’s Firex mains smoke and heat alarms, and Kidde carbon monoxide alarms, all interlinked for whole-home safety. Thakeham Homes, part of... View Article

New Crittall steel window meets tough specification

Latest advancements in high performance Crittall steel window design have been successfully combined with traditional aesthetics to meet the exacting standards demanded by one of the United States’ major Ivy League universities.  Both client and architect called for neo-Gothic style... View Article

Upgrading to a new version – Microsoft Hub, West London

Jess Unwin visits Microsoft’s new base in Paddington to see how transparent and flexible workspaces encourage collaboration, reflecting a ‘sea change’ in the IT giant’s approach. Anyone who has worked in an open plan office has given in to the... View Article

A different way of co-working – Huckletree West, London

Today’s co-working spaces need to be vibrant and engaging if they are to attract dynamic young businesses, and in that context the newly opened Huckletree West doesn’t disappoint, reports Ray Philpott. White City, the former heart of the BBC’s empire in... View Article

A unique combination for Ceilings and Walls

Hunter Douglas Architectural Projects are renowned throughout the world for their innovative and imaginative use of creative techniques when it comes to ceiling design. No better example of this can be seen at the recently completed Lemieux Sports Complex and... View Article

Resiblock and Devon County Council team up once more

Devon County Council has once again put its faith in Resiblock to deliver Paving Prevention as part of its Okehampton Block Paving Scheme. The £32,000 scheme was launched to repair paving areas in Okehampton’s Town Centre, and following the previous... View Article
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