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Brick has become a highly sought-after building material for individual bespoke homes and housing schemes. Offering lasting value, brick does not rot, dent, or need to be painted, and it will never tear. Its modular units and variety of shapes have resulted in beautiful structures in just about every architectural style, ranging from colonial to Victorian to post-modernist.

Will Goodenough, Marketing Manager at Whitesales, talks to Future Constructor & Architect about the benefits of natural light on health and productivity.

Maxwood has once again demonstrated its design and manufacturing expertise with executive washrooms for a landmark commercial development in Central London.

A struggle that many architects and building contractors are familiar with is making sure specified timber will be protected in a sustainable manner and will endure the winter months. Steve Grimwood, Managing Director of OrganoWood, explains the importance of protecting all external wood for the winter months and how this can be achieved with environmentally-friendly products.

The refurbishment of an ornate Victorian town hall has breathed new life into a Grade I Listed building and allowed it to open its doors as a place of celebration as well as administration.

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