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Recycled glass could reduce concrete’s reliance on sand

As well as having high embodied carbon, concrete is also draining the world's supplies of fine-grained sand. Now researchers have shown that recycled glass could provide a suitable replacement for 3D-printed buildings

1 July 2022

  1. Intelligence

Planning consents: a bridge, a hospital and an art-deco hotel revamp

The reworking of a 1930s hotel in Tynemouth and a heritage centre built from shipping containers are among the latest schemes to win planning permission

30 June 2022

  1. Culture

Fantasy is in the mind of the beholder

Writing a fantasy novel is making Will Wiles rethink how to depict architecture - so he can leave readers to build places in their imagination

30 June 2022

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The RIBA has named 29 buildings as winners of its 2022 National Awards, with a pupil referral unit among a number of education projects on the list, and a growing emphasis on energy efficiency and reuse

The RIBA has named 29 buildings as winners of its 2022 National Awards with a growing emphasis on energy efficiency and reuse

Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin by Anthony Béchu & Associés combines restaurants, retail and cookery schools to make it the starting point for those exploring the area's produce

Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin by Anthony Béchu & Associés combines restaurants, retail and cookery schools

Níall McLaughlin Architects worked closely with Magdalene College to design a fittingly intimate and restrained new library inspired by the solitary reader

The solitary reader inspired this library in a close client/architect collaboration

Cutting edge facilities and exceptional collaboration with the client enabled Reiach and Hall’s Falkirk Campus at Forth Valley College to embody a progressive approach to education

Reiach and Hall Architects for Forth Valley College

A scheme by Sonia Browse Architects of three generously sized, characterful and light family homes, designed for people rather than vehicles, is an RIAS Scotland Awards winner

Three generously sized, characterful and light family homes by Sonia Browse Architects

Flooring

New Architype-designed building will cut energy consumption by up to 80 per cent compared with the two schools it is replacing

Passivhaus primary school installs Ravatherm XPS X 300 SB

Jon Frullani has specified Gerflor Creation 70 luxury vinyl tiles throughout his practice HQ - a tricky project with not a single level floor to be had across the entire listed building

What architect Jon Frullani chose for his practice HQ upgrade

Fit-out and design on commercial and residential projects demands good groundwork. What specifiers choose to put underfoot is key

The products specifiers choose to put underfoot are key

A new Hawkins\Brown designed social science centre at Cardiff University features a showcase oculus staircase and lobby flooring by Intrasystems that keeps it dirt and moisture free

How the lobbies at Cardiff University stay dirt and moisture free

The Forbo linoleum brand contains no plastics and is made from 97 per cent natural raw materials

This linoleum is made from 97 per cent natural raw materials

Opportunities Hub: Commissions worth the bidding

Want to pitch for a four-year BBC framework, design a Cardiff mixed-used development or collaborate on a London pop-up? These are the latest architectural contracts and competitions from across the industry

  1. Buildings

Gastronomy centre puts Dijon at the heart of the regional menu

Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin by Anthony Béchu & Associés combines restaurants, retail and cookery schools to make it the starting point for those exploring the area's produce

21 June 2022

Airavat house, India – a home in the clouds

When reD designed a holiday home in the mountains for architect Apoorva Shroff's own family, little did she know that it would become their main residence when the Covid-19 pandemic hit

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