Leading commercial tile supplier CTD Architectural Tiles has partnered with talented designer Natalie Weavers Interiors to create a tasteful design scheme for a new restaurant in London’s vibrant West End.
One of the UK’s leading providers in the design and manufacture of access solutions and riser doors for ceilings, walls and partitions, Profab Access, is supporting architects, specifiers and contractors in achieving the highest standards of efficiency with its PRIMA 1000 Fire Rated Series Access Panels.
One of the key design trends of recent years is the installation of feature walls and feature floors – and the popularity of these are showing no signs of slowing down. Whether it’s for a commercial or residential project, feature walls and floors are the ideal way to create an eye-catching space.
Both are regional terms used to describe a deviance in level between the two skins of a cavity wall. According to textbooks they should not occur, as every three bricks laid in the outer leaf should match the height of one block laid on the inside skin.
Leading Italian render manufacturer, Fassa Bortolo, will be exhibiting at this year’s UK Construction Week (UKCW) at London ExCeL. A first for the brand, the exhibition will provide Fassa with a valuable opportunity to meet with existing customers face-to-face and forge relationships with potential new housebuilders, contractors, specifiers and architects.
Responding to a growing awareness of the importance of indoor air quality, Style’s manufacturing partner, Dorma Hüppe, is pleased to announce that their Variflex moveable wall system far exceeded expectations in a recent emissions test carried out by the independent laboratory, eco-INSTITUT.
Design and specify effective high rise structures with the new sector guide, ‘ROCKWOOL for High Rise Residential Projects’.
Profab Access has launched a revolutionary certified frame system that sets a new standard for innovation, fire performance and functionality, making the installation of riser doors on site safer, faster and simpler.