All articles by Hollie Tye – Page 3

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    In pictures: The Featherstone Building Pavilion by Morris & Company


    Designed by Morris+Company, for Derwent London, The Featherstone Building is a four-blocked, 11-storey, brick-faced office building with a mixture of tenancies.

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    BSI reports tackling water scarcity to be as much a priority as climate change


    Recommendations include smart metering, increasing product efficiency, water labelling and embracing circularity with systems such as rainwater harvesting 

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    McLaren cuts carbon emissions on ExCeL London project using cement free mortar


    McLaren Construction Group and masonry contractor, Lyons & Annoot, specified more than 100 tonnes of Cemfree masonry mortar for the internal blockwork of the ExCel London project – forming the product’s largest application yet. The project encompasses a 25,000 sq m expansion to the eastern section of the existing venue, ...

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    Study finds architects going beyond building regs amid climate concern


    Nine in 10 architects are going above and beyond the minimum requirements for tackling overheating in new homes, as developers seek to protect residents against extreme heatwaves, according to a new study by Pilkington UK. The manufacturer polled 100 architects 12 months on from the introduction of Part O building ...

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    Introducing ACS Stainless Steel


    Building Design paid a visit to ACS Stainless Steel’s purpose-built facility, a 10-minute drive from Leeds City Centre, to find out more about the team and explore the reasons why they made the shortlist for the prestigious Architect of the Year Awards.

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    The Granary: A ‘future proofed’ house in Buckinghamshire


    The once rugged, steel-framed building is now a five-bedroom home with plenty of natural light

  • Modern Barn Coffey Architects ©Phil Coffey (11)

    In pictures: Coffey Architects completes Modern Barn


    The timber-wrapped coastal home is made of three linear stacked volumes and sits close to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site

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    In pictures: Moll Architects completes Victorian house extension


    Designed by Moll Architects, the Wilkinson Street project involved the renovation and extension of a mid-Victorian family home in south London. Originally built in the 1860s, the house is situated in the Albert Square Conservation area, a part of the city that escaped the bombs of the blitz during ...

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    In pictures: Fletcher Priest Architects completes first phase of Knightsbridge Estate


    Fletcher Priest Architects has completed the first phase of the regeneration of The Olayan Group’s Knightsbridge Estate, restoring a set of historic buildings into a modern, mixed-use estate. The development includes 10,750 sqm of workspace, 33 build-to-rent properties set around an internal courtyard, a rooftop restaurant, and new retail spaces, ...

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    In pictures: ConForm unveils all-marble extension


    Marble side extension introduces volume and light to a Victorian home in north London

  • Lecico Layla Sand Room Lifestyle

    How do we create sustainable bathrooms?


    Lecico Bathrooms joined Bathroom Manufacturers Association and Byggfakta to discuss the issue of water scarcity in the UK and explore what manufacturers and consumers can be doing to help

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    In pictures: Stone House by Architecture for London


    Designed by Architecture for London, Stone House is a grade II listed villa in Islington, London. The home has been extended and refurbished to create additional space for family life, with the rear extension designed as a stone pavilion. 

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    New guidelines put accessibility and inclusion at the heart of building design


    Developed as part of RIBA’s commitment to making the built environment truly accessible, the guidance hopes to remove the barriers that create separation and enable everyone to feel welcome regardless of their circumstances 

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    In pictures: PLP Architecture completes Arbor in Bankside Yards


    The first building to complete at Bankside Yards in London, Arbor is a 223,000 sq ft sustainable workplace designed by PLP Architecture. The building provides 19 storeys of workspace, including two double-height floors designed to be used as an auditorium or creative workspace. This is part of a wider strategy ...


    In pictures: Subterranean WW2 bunker transformed into holiday home


    Designed by Corstorphine & Wright, a former WW2 bunker on the Dorset coast has been transformed into an inconspicuous holiday home. Located on a working dairy farm within the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this forgotten historical artefact has been brought back into use, recently opening its doors to ...

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    In pictures: Pigment House by Unknown Works


    Architecture practice Unknown Works has transformed a dark London townhouse into a connected home within a stepped and terraced landscape. The clients wanted to refocus their four-storey semi-detached terrace to include an open, fluid living space. Their vision was to create a multi-level playground for their two young children and ...

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    Chancery House retrofit by dMFK Architects


    Chancery House, an eight-storey heritage building in London’s Midtown, has been retrofitted into flexible workspace for The Office Group. Set atop the London Silver Vaults – the capital’s historic subterranean silver market – dMFK Architects has refurbished, reconfigured and extended the original building, collaborating with Copenhagen-based Norm Architects to ...

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    Installation at Postman’s Park explores accessibility in public spaces


    ‘Seats at the Table’ is a co-design project organised by Re-Fabricate and The DisOrdinary Architecture Project as they look to explore what comprises a truly accessible space

  • Moxon Balingen Bridge 007 © Simon Kennedy

    In pictures: Moxon Architects completes timber bridge in Balingen, Germany


    The new bridge strengthens Balingen’s network of foot and cycle paths and will serve as a catalyst for further responsible regeneration of the River Eyach

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    Belgravia Mews House by Studio Bua


    London-based architect Studio Bua and interior designer Eliská Design have teamed up to add life and character to a nondescript Georgian mews house in central London. According to the design team, the house “had good bones but lacked personality”. It also had no outdoor space which was one of the ...