Emrys Architects Completes Two Former Craft Workshops

Emrys Architects have completely reworked two former craft workshops in Clerkenwell Green Conservation Area. Responding to heritage value, retained architectural features sit alongside sensitive interventions. Emrys Architects have completed two highly contextual restorations of 19th century buildings, for their client... View Article

Construction output growth offset by fall in RMI

Following a December lull, the construction sector showed signs of recovery from Covid, growing by nearly 1 per cent in January 2021, according to new ONS data. However, repair and maintenance fell by 4.7 per cent in private housing in... View Article

Timber refectory space celebrating school lunchtimes

A new refectory building for Ibstock Place School in Roehampton.  Maccreanor Lavington architects were appointed after winning a competition to design the new wing at the independent co-educational day school for pupils aged 4 to 18 years. The new building... View Article

The Skinners’ School, Kent

Bell Phillips Architects have completed a major new extension to The Skinners’ School in Royal Tunbridge Wells – the first completed education building for the practice. Arranged over three floors, the 1,187 m² new building responds to expanding pupil numbers... View Article

Schüco Innovation Now to launch

One year. Three topics. Countless innovations. Schüco UK is using a dramatic online format to introduce its new products and its vision for the future. The Schüco Innovation Now (i.NOW) launch event will take place at 10.30am on Wednesday 24th March and is... View Article

RICS makes move to unlock market for flat-owners

Clarifying the types of properties which will, and those which will not, require additional inspections, as a result of concerns about fire safety, new guidiance from The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is reported to be a “crucial” step... View Article