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Zumtobel special luminaires for unique stadium façade

Zumtobel special luminaires for unique stadium façade More than eight years after the official opening of the stadium, the WWK Arena in Augsburg finally gets a new and impressive façade. For this purpose, Zumtobel has developed “light tubes”, a special... View Article
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Brazil explores use of CLT

The city of São Paulo is soon to become home to the AMATA Building, a construction made completely of Brazilian wood. The project spawned from an initiative by AMATA, a Brazilian forest management company, and was designed by Triptyque, the... View Article

Ellipse: Arquitectonica’s first Jersey City project

Named for its oval form, Ellipse stands apart from its contemporaries along the Jersey City waterfront with a distinctive elliptical shape and glass façade. Drawing inspiration from its idyllic location on the Hudson River, Arquitectonica designed the building to maximize... View Article

SUMMARY unveils its latest project using the Gomos System

After the Gomos#1 prototype and the exhibition in La Biennale di Venezia, SUMMARY studio unveils the newest project using their modular building system. The project brief was to build housing and multi–services spaces in a common roadside area in Vale... View Article
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Metsä Wood: Dome of visions made from sustainable wood

Aarhus in Denmark is the European Capital of Culture in 2017 and for this occasion, a huge transparent dome of glue-laminated timber will serve as the Aarhus municipal pavilion for building culture. The dome-shaped wooden building, Dome of Visions, is... View Article

Taylor Lane completes MOD Housing Development

Taylor Lane Timber Frame has supplied and erected timber frame kits for 322 three and four bedroom homes for service personnel and their families based at barracks on and around Salisbury Plain. The circa £70 million housing development in Tidworth,... View Article
As part of the ongoing regeneration of Slough town centre, Barnshaws Section Benders has provided curved steel to support The Curve, the new cultural and learning centre: a project delivered by Slough Urban Renewal on behalf of Slough Borough Council. The steel forms part of the building’s façade, which delivers a truly modern aesthetic, intended to uplift the local area. As a result, the building has been awarded ‘Development of the Year 2017’ at the Thames Valley Property Awards.

Barnshaws put The Curve in Slough

As part of the ongoing regeneration of Slough town centre, Barnshaws Section Benders has provided curved steel to support The Curve, the new cultural and learning centre: a project delivered by Slough Urban Renewal on behalf of Slough Borough Council.... View Article

I-Architecture: the “fourth industrial revolution”

The project focuses on the complexities of housing crisis in London and Spain questioning contemporary modes of production. Studying systems in architecture and digital fabrication methods, the project proposes a fully automated mode of production embracing a post-capitalistic scenario. An... View Article
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