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A restorative swim

A listed riverside Edwardian lido has been painstakingly restored to modern standards, adding new features while retaining the building’s heritage and idiosyncratic style. Project architect Sam Kendon explains all to Jack Wooler After standing derelict for 40 years, Reading Lido... View Article

In harmony with nature

A music therapy centre in Cumbria saw a young architect engage in a labour of love – designing a finely crafted building which refers to its rural location with copious natural materials. James Parker reports Sunbeams is a music therapy... View Article

Plans submitted for Brighton apartment scheme

Proposals for a new residential-led development, half a mile from Brighton’s famous beach, have been submitted for planning. The Lyon Close scheme, which has been designed on behalf of developer Crest Nicholson, comprises 163 one, two and three bedroomed apartments... View Article

Doing more with less

James Parker visited the White Collar Factory in east London to discover how the architects stripped the building back to its bare essentials to harness concrete’s maximum performance, as well as its aesthetic qualities Since it opened last spring, the... View Article
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