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Dr Michael Ramage, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Natural Material Innovation, University of Cambridge, will be giving a talk at Materials for Architecture 2018 entitled ‘Supertall timber: functional natural materials for high-rise structures’

Materials for Architecture conference agenda announced

The conference agenda for Materials for Architecture 2018 is set to highlight some of the most innovative themes of the built environment. A wealth of talks will examine topics ranging from super-tall timber structures, light as a material, bespoke fibreglass... View Article

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer

Kaldewei’s new Cayonoplan offers the perfect answer when it comes to designing a nearly flat shower solution. The enamelled Cayonoplan shower surface adapts to many different structural requirements. For instance, if adequate height is available it can be installed at... View Article

Bogle Architects design façade using glazed glass & greenery

Bogle Architects has been appointed to design the façade envelope of a 19-storey, residential tower in Bogotá Working in collaboration with local architects and consultants, Bogle Architects has developed a layered façade system that respects the local context while maximising... View Article

Architectural Copper Awards Winners Announced

The results of the 2017 European Copper in Architecture Awards 18 have just been announced. The Maersk Tower research complex in Copenhagen, designed by C.F. Møller Architects and characterised by its grid of copper fins, was the outright winner. Two... View Article

3D Printing in concrete

Additive manufacturing removes design limitations for concrete components. Concrete components are traditionally made by casting. But the mold needed places significant limitations on design possibilities. 3D printing now provides new freedom in shaping. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich... View Article
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2017 Creativity in Concrete Award winner – ACME Architects

The 2017 winner of the British Precast Creativity in Concrete Award is ACME. ACME, acronym for ‘A Company Making Everything’, was established in London ten years ago, and has since expanded internationally. Working in the fields of urban planning, contemporary... View Article

World-first 3D printed store opens in London

Technology company AI BUILD and sustainable luxury fashion brand BOTTLETOP have launched a ground-breaking partnership, focusing on the use of advanced 3D printing technology as a means of achieving environmentally responsible construction. The first project of the partnership is challenging the retail space construction... View Article

Norway to build world’s tallest timber building

Currently under construction on the edge of a lake in the small town of Brumunddal, an hour and a half’s drive north of Oslo, Mjøstårnet is claimed to be the world’s tallest timber building yet. Spanning 18 floors, the building... View Article

Entry opens for the Natural Stone Awards 2018

Stone Federation Great Britain are delighted to announce that entry for the Natural Stone Awards 2018 is now open. The Natural Stone Awards is a biennial event set up by Stone Federation and has established itself as the most prestigious... View Article
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