This month, we dive into the creative mind of Saunders Boston Architects’ Vicky Hallam, who has always had a knack for design. Combining her love for science and art, Vicky first discovered her passion for architecture during her A-Level studies.
As part of the Waterfront Transformation Project, National Museums Liverpool is inviting members of the public to view preliminary plans of how the public space at Canning Dock will be transformed, which has been designed by Architect Asif Khan and Artist Theaster Gates.
3DELUXE is currently designing a sustainable development on the coastline east of the Dubai Metropolitan Area. This urban oasis extends for over a mile along the Kalba Beach shoreline.
Do you remember how you felt during your first months in an office job? asks Velimira Drummer, Interior Leader, Associate and Senior Architect at Stantec. Getting to know your new co-workers, being brought into an important client meeting for the first time and making professional phone calls while being all too aware your co-workers can hear everything you’re saying.
June 2023 marks one year since the publication of the new amended Part B of the Building Regulations, which came into force in England on 1st December 2022. Architects designing tall residential buildings should be aware that it is now a requirement that evacuation alert systems be fitted in new, high-rise residential buildings over 18m.
In this interview, FC&A speaks with Marion Room, Director of DMWR Architects. Marion’s career spans from studying at the University of Newcastle and the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, to working at renowned firms like BDP and Sheppard Robson. Now in Manchester, Marion shares her passion for creating high-quality spaces that blend art, sustainability and functionality.
BMI Redland has recently provided the roofing materials for the redevelopment of the Miller Court apartment complex in Romford, Essex.
The road to net zero may be leading the construction industry in a new direction, but some processes, like the reliance on linear supply chains, can prove to be hard habits to break. Andrew Cooper, National Specification Manager from Senior Architectural Systems, one of the UK’s largest privately-owned aluminium fenestration solutions providers, discusses the theory behind supply chain circularity and how specifiers and manufacturers can put it into practice.
SOUR is excited to be among the winners of the international architectural competition for the new Geomdan Museum Library Cultural Complex (GMLCC) in Incheon, South Korea.
Heatherwick Studio has unveiled its first public library design. Conceived for Howard County Libraries in Maryland, USA, the building will reflect the changed role of the library and serve a community with a rich heritage of fostering diversity and promoting wellbeing in the city.