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Green light given to brick PRS scheme in Hornchurch

PCKO, an AHR company, has received planning approval for a private rental scheme on the site of the former Nalgo Club in Hornchurch, London. Mercury Land Holdings, a company wholly owned by LB Havering, has commissioned the development which will... View Article

Form as expression of emotionality

With his striking buildings, the internationally renowned architect Hadi Teherani characterizes cityscapes in Germany and abroad. His comprehensive design approach also becomes apparent in the context of facades. According to Teherani, a “perfect“ facade is not only functional but also... View Article

Brick problems solved for architects at Materials 2017

Experts on Imperial Bricks’ stand 3/4 at Materials 2017 will help architects, specifiers and developers choose the right bricks for renovation, extension and new build. The Materials show is on 25th-26th April at the ILEC Conference Centre, London. Imperial Bricks... View Article

Showcasing key brick trends

The annual Brick Awards celebrate every aspect of brick design and construction and showcase some of the key trends. These trends were evident in the Brick Development Association’s 2016 awards held in November, particularly these highly commended and award winning... View Article

Northcot Brick project wins 2016 Stirling Prize

One of Northcot Brick’s flagship building projects, the Newport Street Gallery has won the prestigious 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building. Awarded annually by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the Stirling Prize is presented... View Article

Checking out at the library

The new library at the University of Birmingham is wrapped in cladding that offers an interesting new variation on granite in four different finishes. Brian Newell of Shackerley looks at the aesthetics and function. The University of Birmingham’s landmark Edgbaston... View Article

A shining future on the Clyde – Clydebank Leisure Centre

Scotland’s dockyards may have all but vanished but a distinctive new leisure centre in Clydebank reflects the area’s heritage to ensure it won’t be lost, writes Steve Menary. Shipbuilding has been a part of Scotland’s industrial heritage on the River... View Article
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