An inspiring flooring solution from Interface has been installed at the WSP Group offices at the recently-completed 110 Queen Street development in Glasgow.
The Ladbroke Grove development from Taylor Wimpey Central London, is part of the regeneration of Grand Union Centre, and includes both luxury apartments and homes for first-time buyers, close to Kensington and Chelsea. This mixed use scheme combines living and working, with office accommodation and retail units available alongside a high-quality development of apartments set around a private courtyard in W10.
The Grand Ocean Hotel in Saltdean, near Brighton, epitomises a bygone era of glamourous seaside elegance. First opened in 1938, the Grade II listed building’s crescent-shaped white facade makes it a classic of Art Deco architectural design.
Glazing Vision's one wall box rooflights were incorporated in Taylor Wimpey's prestigious, high specification residential development at St Dunstan's House, Fetter Lane in the City of London. The scheme provides 76 luxury private apartments, a residents' lounge and library, landscaped courtyard in a historic setting, complete with basement parking and concierge facilities.
Clement steel windows provide modern thermal performance for 1930's residential building in Vauxhall conservation area
Clement Windows’ bespoke EB16 steel window range has been chosen to replace the original single glazed fenestration at Harleyford Court, a residential building within Lambeth’s Vauxhall Conservation Area.
At the forefront of industry research and development, a leading UK based manufacturer and supplier of premium building products, Alumasc Facade Systems, constantly strives to innovate – developing its range of facade solutions.
Stockport based Bamford Doors were approached by a public sector client to solve a problem they were having providing reliable access at a small housing development with residents of mixed age and ability.
You are invited to a CPD Seminar on Solid surfaces for Interior and External Architecture.
The new €37.5m (£27.6m) Transfer Terminal at Arnhem Central Station in the Netherlands has now completed. The station is the result of an ambitious 20-year project – masterplanned by UNStudio – to redevelop the wider station area; the largest post-war development in Arnhem.