Gray’s Inn is one of four Inns of Court in London, the furthest away from the Royal Courts of Justice and the smallest of the four (the other three are Lincoln’s Inn, Inner Temple, and Middle Temple). It features secondary glazing from Selectaglaze.
Saint-Gobain Weber asks one of its sister Saint-Gobain brands, CTD, about the growing trend of taking the indoors outdoors by using tiling to increase alfresco living space.
Warwick Court, the former Goldman Sachs headquarters on Paternoster Square in London, is being redeveloped by Mace Group. They approached Newton and its specialist contractor ASF Waterproofing to specify a waterproof and hard-wearing coating system for the floor of the plant rooms.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ CUPACLAD® 101 RANDOM rainscreen cladding system helps to create a geologically inspired exterior for the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences’ new £2 million Colin Forbes Building.
SIPs mean you can build modern, superinsulated buildings and extensions much faster, with fewer materials and workers, explains Hemsec…
Flowcrete Mondéco Rapide seamless terrazzo is setting the right first impression underfoot at a prestigious office development in Leeds.
Fenestration solutions from Senior Architectural Systems help to shape the new state of the art sports centre at the University of Stirling.
EverEdge are giving you the chance to win a luxury Fortnum & Mason hamper, filled with a collection of teas, in many forms.
Vandersanden bricks are a key ingredient in the success of the new home of the City, University of London’s Law School, designed by WilkinsonEyre.
If you are considering converting an historic building, it is vitally important to consider the common issues that Hush Acoustics outlines here…