1. Culture

BEaM bridges the world from deepest Dorset

Huge bridge projects from Bahrain to Washington are benefiting from the input of this small consultancy, our second Future Winner of 2020, based near Bridport on the Jurassic Coast

27 March 2020

  1. Intelligence

How to make emergency Covid-19 wards

As London’s ExCel Centre is hastily turned into a hospital for coronavirus patients, Hugh Pearman talks to Architects for Health chair Christopher Shaw about the priorities and practicalities of emergency conversions

26 March 2020

  1. Culture

Napier Clarke is a small practice with big experience and ambition

With CVs grounded in the London offices of Hopkins and Arup, this family team – the first of RIBAJ's 2020 Future Winners – has ambitions way beyond its Marlow base

26 March 2020

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The shutdown means all construction sites in China are closed, but staff at MAD’s Beijing office are working from home and hope for limited fallout for the business

Remote working comes to the rescue as experience shows all architects can

The ideal site for BBC Cymru Wales was also on one of Cardiff’s busier roads and beside its train station. How could it be made quiet enough for the studios?

Isolation was key to Sheppard Robson’s acoustic strategy

As Covid-19 closes down our normal way of life, we are getting a glimpse of how a more sustainable planet might look

Could Covid-19 also leave greater environmental action in its destructive wake?

As COVID-19 puts a lid on movement and office work, what can you learn from practices already well set up to send their staff home without any pause in business momentum?

Lessons from practices set up for remote working on adapting for Coronavirus

Construction sites are particularly threatened by COVID-19, and the industry works on tight margins. It’s fighting back, but will it be enough? And what do architects do about site inspections in the meantime?

Sites are still open but struggling with control measures, planning delays and supplier shortfalls


The luxury vinyl tile range features designs that mimic reclaimed gym floors, marble and terrazzo - bold circular inlays are an added option

Luxury vinyl tile range now includes faux gym floor designs

Light Natural concrete creates a high-sheen industrial feel over three floors at a Wandsworth retrofit project

Light Natural concrete creates high-sheen style over three storeys

When the sports hall at Ashington Academy in Northumberland needed a refresh, the existing Gerflor flooring was replaced with its updated equivalent

Specialist sports flooring re-specified at Northumberland school

Specialist carpet supplier's products have received DSDC accreditation for use in care settings and public buildings

Danfloor carpets receive DSDS accreditation for specialist settings

Junckers' Oak Boulevard hardwood flooring is durable, beautiful and - in a new Rustic White oiled finish - a thoroughly modern solution for light-filled interiors

Junckers extends its signature Oak Boulevard flooring range

Kitchens and bathrooms

Geberit design for wall-hung ceramics offers architects and specifiers neat, tidy and easily accessible washroom solutions

Geberit design for wall-hung ceramics is acoustically optimised

Sphero's in-built technology reduces water usage and boosts cleanliness - plus the design comes in three sizes, making it a versatile choice for specifiers

Introducing Sphero: The innovative way to spend a penny

An underground Sanifos pump has been specified for an extension to an off-mains rural cottage

Underground pump solves off-mains drainage dilemma

At up to 1.8m metres long, the Superplan XXL brings super-sized, floor-level showering to the Nine Elms development

Superplan XXL shower surface specified at Nine Elms development

The architecture and interior design firm has fitted out its London HQ with Billi taps to fulfil all its hydration needs

Office refresh: Billi taps and dispensing systems at London office refit


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