The world’s leading trade fair for architecture, material, and systems, BAU 2023 will be opening its doors from 17-22 April in Munich and GEZE, a specialist in door, window and safety technology will be exhibiting a range of innovative products, system solutions and services at the show.
ESG Switchable™ glass has been used to create a new multi-use space for the church and community at St Dionis Church in Parsons Green, London.
Comfort, exquisite details and technology lead the world of architecture and decoration in the transition to a new year of potential challenges and possibilities.
Sidey has been in business continuously for over 90 years and is one of the UK’s longest established, most reliable and experienced fenestration solution providers with a proven track record to match.
Be it residential or commercial, the exterior of buildings often feature wood as part of its design such as window framing, doors, cladding, and fencing, all of which requires a quality wood finish to provide it with the necessary high protection and longevity it deserves.
The design and construction of homes has changed significantly over the last 20 years, with properties evolving to meet changing needs, lifestyles, and family dynamics.
Steel windows and doors manufacturer Crittall Windows is offering architects a unique chance to win a rare original lithograph poster that celebrates the work of the famous Swiss architect La Corbusier, one of the pioneers of modern architecture and design.
Wall & Door Protection Specialists, Yeoman Shield recently collaborated with a Yorkshire hospital to provide Door Protection for a ward refurbishment that would be in line with the dementia-friendly environment brief.
To celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship week in March, fenestration specialist Sidey is set to officially launch its Training Academy.
Whilst best known as a phrase used in film making to signify that a particular scene or film has finished, it’s also an important term used on site. Importantly, it’s a term worth remembering - it will prevent a problem that can otherwise support wet ingress.