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European Copper in Architecture Awards launched

Entries are invited for the 2017 European Copper in Architecture Awards 18 – a celebration of contemporary architecture with copper and its alloys and an opportunity for architects to showcase their designs. The final deadline for receipt of entries is... View Article

Materials 2017 – Celebrating Form, Functionality, and Finishes

Materials 2017 – the new conference and exhibition focused entirely on the cutting-edge of material solutions for architecture, construction, and design – was conceived from the burning necessity for a nuanced perspective on building product specification and procurement. Sustainability, cost,... View Article

External wood solution for all needs

OrganoWood® is the latest name in sustainable wood protection and is building a reputation amongst architects, professionals and end users as the external wood treatment of choice for a number of different applications. Offering three leading products – OrganoWood® 01... View Article

Spanish natural slate from Cembrit is the pinnacle

An exquisitely designed home in South West London is crowned with a picturesque, multi-faceted roof turret that dominates the area’s skyline, thanks to the installation of Cembrit Contessa natural slates. Situated on Roehampton Lane, the residential property is surrounded by... View Article

Premium Italian ironmongery available from BJ Waller

Stunning designs from two of Italy’s best hardware brands – Fusital and Valli & Valli, both owned by Assa Abloy – are now available from architectural ironmonger BJ Waller. For architects and specifiers working on projects where style and luxury... View Article

Timber panels supplied to major new health centre

One of the UK’s leading panel manufacturers Panel Systems, has supplied timber faced insulated panels to the new £15m Eastwood Health centre in Glasgow. The panel manufacturer supplied over 140m2 of Aluminium insulated panels, which were clad with Siberian Larch... View Article

Polyflor flooring adds urban edge to BMet

High-design concrete effect safety flooring from commercial vinyl flooring specialists Polyflor was recently used at BMet college in Birmingham to create a fresh look for their reception area, common room and canteen. Safety flooring from the Polysafe Arena PUR collection... View Article

New downloadable documents from SureSet resin bound paving

SureSet permeable paving have introduced even more documents to their website ‘Downloads’ page; creating an impressive, informative range of files to choose from, including ‘How to’ guides, company policies and specifications for every type of application, laying on each different... View Article

Introducing Materials 2017 – registration now open!

Materials 2017 is the new conference and exhibition focused entirely on the cutting-edge of material solutions for architecture, construction, and design. Offering a unique opportunity for architects, specifiers, and developers to meet face-to-face, engage in social conversation, and expand business... View Article

PietraPave goes national – launching the future of paving

Bannister Hall, one of Britain’s leading landscaping suppliers, has launched an innovative new natural stone paving product – a bespoke system that is set to revolutionise urban, street and commercial design by combining innovation and versatility with rapid, simple and... View Article

Checking out at the library

The new library at the University of Birmingham is wrapped in cladding that offers an interesting new variation on granite in four different finishes. Brian Newell of Shackerley looks at the aesthetics and function. The University of Birmingham’s landmark Edgbaston... View Article

Get creative with 153 new architectural finishes

3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes offer cost-effective and creative solutions for a wide variety of decoration, refurbishment and re-surfacing requirements. 3M has launched 153 new on-trend patterns in its popular range of DI-NOC Architectural Finishes, a durable and cost effective solution... View Article

A shining future on the Clyde – Clydebank Leisure Centre

Scotland’s dockyards may have all but vanished but a distinctive new leisure centre in Clydebank reflects the area’s heritage to ensure it won’t be lost, writes Steve Menary. Shipbuilding has been a part of Scotland’s industrial heritage on the River... View Article
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