News tagged Architecture
  • Reusing empty spaces to bring healthcare facilities to communities

    The adaptive reuse of empty spaces offers an opportunity to bring much-needed healthcare facilities into communities while addressing waiting times and health inequalities. The post Reusing empty spaces to bring healthcare facilities to communities appeared first on Planning, BIM & Construction Today.

  • Long hours and overwork are testing architects to destruction

    The Architects’ JournalLong hours and overwork are testing architects to destruction Architecture can be a stressful vocation. But how much pressure is it acceptable to expect someone to endure? asks Kunle Barker The post Long hours and overwork are testing architects to destruction appeared first on The Architects’ JournalKunle Barker

  • Zentia renames one of its most popular ceiling tile range

    Zentia’s new Fission range will incorporate the former Tatra, Cortega and Fine Fissured tiles. Leading UK ceiling manufacturers Zentia are bringing together and renaming three of their most popular mineral tiles.  The new Fission range will comprise Fission (formerly Tatra), Fission ND (formerly Cortega) and Fission FT (formerly Fine Fissured) which are all fire rated […] The post Zentia renames one of its most popular ceiling tile range appeared first on Architecture Magazine.

  • Skyfold Launches Ground-Breaking New Moveable Wall

    Skyfold has launched a pioneering, fully automatic, moveable wall solution into the UK. The Skyfold Prisma, which is exclusively available from leading moveable wall specialists, Style, is a new and streamlined glass vertical partition which not only allows light to shine in but does so without the use of any wall or floor tracks, rendering […] The post Skyfold Launches Ground-Breaking New Moveable Wall appeared first on Architecture Magazine.

  • ISH 2023 returns with a focus on marketable solutions for a sustainable future.

    The world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water returns to Frankfurt am Main, 13th-17th March 2023, with a focus on marketable solutions for a sustainable future. ISH 2023 organisers are expecting around 2,000 companies to present their solutions for renewable sources of energy, sustainable water usage and clean air at the leading international trade event for the HVAC and […] The post ISH 2023 returns with a focus on marketable solutions for a sustainable future. appeared first on Architecture Magazine.

Resources tagged Architecture
  • IAAC - Launching IAAC's Master in Advanced Ecological Buildings - Bjarke Ingels Lecture, Part 1, 26032018

    In March 2018 at the IAAC Campus at Valldaura Self-sufficient Labs, Bjarke Ingels presented a lecture about architecture and how ideas and design evolved on projects that his practice carried out over the last 17 years. The lecture is shown in three parts: This video is part 1 Bjarke Ingels was invited as part of the Master in Advanced Ecological Buildings (MAEB) official launched in October 2018 in Barcelona, directed by Vicente Guallart and Daniel Ibañez.

  • Monocle Films - Building a place for culture 13022020

    Monocle Films visit a Kengo Kuma-designed Art museum in Eskisehir that’s set to become Turkey’s new cultural hotspot

  • Monocle Films - Kaunas: Lithuania's modernist city 15122021

    As Lithuania’s second city, it’s not often Kaunas gets much international attention. This, however, could be about to change. Kaunas has been named one of Europe's Capitals of Culture for 2022; a title it’s taking seriously. Monocle visited the city to take a tour of its modernist marvels.

  • Cheddar - How The Flawed Fire Escape Took Over New York 11032021

    You can’t separate classic New York City architecture from the fire escape. They’re all over. You’ve also seen them in classic movies like West Side Story. And if you live in an apartment with one, you essentially have 6 square feet of free balcony. But this iconic aspect of the New York aesthetic has a dark side.

  • City Architecture Forum - 2020 Digital Lecture Series - Eric Parry - 50 Fenchurch Street

    50 Fenchurch Street is an exciting new City of London development proposed by The Clothworkers’ Company. Eric Parry RA (Eric Parry Architects) discuss' the scheme, which includes a new office building, Livery Hall for The Clothworkers’ Company, public roof garden, and winter garden and a significant new public realm situated around a restored Grade I Tower of All Hallows Staining

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