In summer 2017, pioneering Italian Chef and culinary rock ‘n’ roller, Alessandro Borghese, made Neolith the material of choice for his hotly anticipated restaurant ‘Alessandro Borghese – il lusso della semplicità’ (The Luxury of Simplicity). He wanted to use the sintered stone to amplify his colourful, dynamic and fast-paced approach to cooking. A desire for originality and an admiration for the surface’s versatility irresistibly drew Borghese to Neolith.
The extension at Oslo Airport is one of the biggest recent projects in the lighting industry. Zumtobel Group Services (ZGS) connected 21,200 luminaires, installed a record-breaking 32 eBox devices and supported the customer every step of the way. Thanks to the outstanding results, ZGS has now been trusted with the job of modernising other parts of the airport.
An Armstrong suspension grid for plasterboard ceilings, which is up to 40% quicker to install than traditional systems, has been used as the foundation for a completely bespoke, visually stunning day care centre ceiling that was created at a fraction of the cost of a specialist solution.
A seven-storey landmark commercial scheme in the centre of Cardiff’s Commercial Enterprise Zone, Number Three Capital Quarter, will provide 77,931ft² of high-quality office space with a central atrium and terraces on the sixth and first floors providing features that will ensure a pleasant and functional workplace for occupiers.
While the traditional model for SEN (Special Educational Needs) school and college provision follows the mainstream example of classroom-based learning, Head Teacher of Michael Tippett School, Marilyn Ross, has very different ideas about what the students of the recently-established Michael Tippett College in the London Borough of Lambeth actually need.