PsiOxus Therapeutics Ltd. (PsiOxus) is a UK and US based cancer therapeutics company recently listed 25th in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 in 2017 for its ‘Gene Therapy for Cancer’ platform technology for the treatment of solid tumours. PsiOxus has recently expanded into 21,000 sq ft of new facilities including a state of the art research and development laboratory in The Quadrant at the Abingdon Science Park.
When architectural practice Scott Brownrigg designed a new building at the headquarters of FTSE 100-listed wealth management business St James’s Place, it wanted to give the building a suitably impressive centrepiece to welcome employees, clients and partners.
Bentinck Street lies between Welbeck Street and Manchester Square in the heart of Marylebone and was named after the family surname of the Duke of Portland. Back in the Victorian era Charles Dickens lived on this very street for a number of years with his father, which is hard to imagine now, with double decker busses passing constantly down this busy thoroughfare.
Bentinck Street lies between Welbeck Street and Manchester Square in the heart of Marylebone and was named after the family surname of the Duke of Portland. The street was home to Charles Dickens and his father in the Victorian Era which is hard to picture, with double decker busses passing continuously down this busy thoroughfare.
Saint-Gobain Building Glass looked on proudly as a £27.5m university building it helped to design and create was opened by the University of Huddersfield to provide a new home for its Law School and the School of Music, Humanities and Media.
In any building, there must always be space for natural light. Whether new build or refurbishment, the abundance of natural daylight is not only a fundamental element of an interior space it is essential for the occupant's well-being.
A detailed refurbishment project to conserve an architecturally significant residential property is making use of a special composite woodwool board from the range supplied by Marmox Limited to ensure not just the integrity of the work, but also the building’s long term performance.
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.
Once a building at risk, the iconic Grade II Listed Lighthouse building that neighbours Kings Cross has been cautiously restored into quieter and warmer office and retail space with the help of Selectaglaze.
Selectaglaze assisted in turning an old draughty court house into a warm and peaceful boutique hotel.