Achieving timeless design

Simon Allford, director at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, winner of this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize, says that architectural design needs to consider the ever-changing nature of our cities, to ensure their long term sustainability.

Grant UK upgrades oil-fired combi

Grant UK’s Vortex Pro oil-fired combi now includes a 24 litre expansion vessel as standard, a safeguard designed to provide expansion capacity for both...

Light years ahead

Dan Hawkes, senior account manager at LEDHut Trade, outlines why LEDs are the ideal replacement for halogen lighting in residential settings.

Striking contrast

Washroom designer and manufacturer Washroom Washroom has completed work on a colourful project at 103 Wigmore Street in London. The building, directly behind Oxford Street,...

Making a pointe

Cardiff Pointe, a major new £250m residential project in Cardiff Bay and one of the biggest developments in the city over recent years, has...

Lifting luxury

A Stannah Maxilift MRLi motor room-less passenger lift and Goodsmaster CD chain drive goods lift are the moving solutions of choice for Meridian Grand,...

Fluent design

As an international education provider operating across the world, the students and teachers of Education First (EF) are used to enjoying beautiful surroundings and...

Grand makeover

Birmingham New Street Station had originally been built to accommodate 650 trains and 60,000 passengers per day. By 2010 it had become the busiest...

High performance solar control

Forbury Place is no ordinary office development – the building’s ribbon-like vertical fins create the illusion of movement as you walk past the structure....

Timber triumphs

Replacement like-for-like period style timber windows from the Mumford & Wood Conservation range have been installed in the thermal upgrade programme of St Margaret’s...