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Hunter Douglas shutter systems helps scheme buck the trend

The striking Ixia development in London’s Shoreditch has bucked a sales trend by proving an instant hit with buyers, thanks to the scheme’s innovative design and in part to the bespoke Hunter Douglas shutter system. Whilst the London property market... View Article

Metal Technology hits the heights at Olympic Way

Metal Technology has supplied its innovative architectural aluminium products on one of London’s tallest buildings. Designed by Hunt Thompson and built by main contractor Donban, the new 4 star, 20 storey, 235 bedroom Park Inn Hotel and 158 apartment building... View Article

Durapipe HTA settles into new apartments in Reading

Durapipe HTA pipework has been installed into a range of new-build apartments on an exclusive housing development in Reading. A David Wilson Homes development, Portman Square is situated within the city centre and is made up of two, three and... View Article

Citideck solution for library street housing development

The Library Street housing development in South East London was designed to provide high specification living and outdoor space, but as affordable housing. The build, which was constrained by the budget requirements regulating affordable housing, set out “to remove the... View Article

Assael trio earn promotion

Leading practice of architects, Assael has recognised three of its architectural staff with promotion. Assael‘s Senior Architects Tim Chapman-Cavanagh and Rory O’Hagan have both become Associate Directors and Liz Wilks becomes a Senior Architect with the practice. Tim Chapman-Cavanagh has... View Article

Walk Barn Farm showcases steel windows

An architectural practice renowned for the design of bespoke residential properties has employed W40 steel screens and doors for a project in Suffolk that makes the maximum connection between interior and exterior space, as well as optimising energy performance. Walk... View Article

Black Watch Museum extension to castle – Perth

The A. Proctor Group’s Roofshield breather membrane has been specified and supplied to the Black Watch Museum at Balhousie Castle in Perth which recently underwent a £3m revamp and re-opened on the 25th June. Roofshield is recognised by NHBC as... View Article

Firm has designs on new kitchen projects

Project:ff&e, the specialist provider of furniture, fittings and equipment, has been appointed to a trio of new projects and won a FIRA (Furniture Industry Research Association) Innovation award as a result. The Halifax-based company has been chosen to use its... View Article

Rada top of the class with Cambridge University appointment

Rada, the experts in commercial showering and washroom controls, has supplied its market-leading products for the refurbishment of six Cambridge University colleges. Students, fellows and faculty at the sites, which include the world renowned King’s and Jesus Colleges – will... View Article

ISO-Chemie tape seals it at new Bath Technology College

ISO-Chemie’s high performance expanding foam sealing tape has been specified for an innovative low carbon technology college in Bath. The ISO-Bloco One tape has been specified to provide a high performance airtight, acoustic and thermal interior and exterior seal between... View Article
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