Freefoam has reported an increase in demand for its coloured roofline and cladding products; the company predicts that the ‘colour revolution’ is here to stay.
Prater has developed and supplied an environmentally-responsive building envelope for the refurbished Ark Putney Academy.
RCT Homes has specified a ROCKWOOL EWI system for the refurbishment of 30 Cornish Unit Homes to overcome prevailing thermal issues.
Freefoam has introduced two new colours into its range of fascia and soffit boards: Woodgrain Chartwell Green and Cream.
Dry-lining panels from Fermacell have been specified for the redevelopment of the University of Edinburgh’s Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine.
The A. Proctor Group’s Procheck 300 has been specified to provide vapour control at three new Holland Green apartment buildings.
Andreas Karweger examines how modern skyscrapers and their glass facades can create dangers in the built environment.
Edinburgh’s derelict Waverly Arches have been revitalised as part of a restoration project; the glazing was delivered by Senior Architectural Systems.
‘Advanced Building Skins’ conference offers architects, engineers and other professionals the latest on developments in the design of building envelopes.
HUECK Aluminium Systems has contributed to the sustainable rebuild of four derelict London fire stations.