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RSHP leaps out with Château La Coste gallery

Richard Rogers treats his cantilever with characteristic style in his final project, but the gallery poses some timely questions as well

6 May 2021

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Built on a valued patch of grass at St James’s University Hospital, Harehills, Heatherwick Studio’s Maggie’s is designed as a series of outsize garden ‘planters’ with views through structural glazing

Structural glazing brings the outside in

Trafford Council’s tight budget responds to the climate emergency as 5 Plus Architects gives Urmston Leisure Centre a sustainable refurbishment

5 Plus Architects keeps Trafford leisure centre lean and green

Architype’s Corten-clad concrete repository provides unassisted temperature control for the Imperial War Museum archive

Concrete box naturally controls temperature to protect IWM archive

In a deeply collaborative venture, client and architect worked together to create an elegant sustainable home in a country village

McLean Quinlan’s ‘energy plus’ home follows classic design parameters

Smothered in solar panels, Powerhouse Brattørkaia in Norway is one of several such projects built by a sustainability alliance that includes its architect

Powerhouse by name, powerhouse by nature


Made from metamorphic rock, the premium roof slate has a green-grey finish and impressive strength that makes it perfect for historic and conservation area projects

Made from metamorphic rock, Riverstone is prized for its beauty

Sealoflex - in its Ultima, Endura and Prima variants - is perfect for new-builds and overlaying existing roofs. Its flexibility lends itself to complex geometries, penetrations and detailing

Sealoflex waterproofing for fast curing and durability up top

Southover barn conversion in Wells, Somerset invisibly integrates Cupa Pizarras Thermoslate panels that convert sunlight into energy into a traditional pitched slate roof

Somerset project integrates Thermoslate panels with Cupa R12 slates

Covid-19 will have an impact beyond the current medical and economic crisis. Urban density and the built environment must be looked at anew - with sustainability front of mind

How will Covid-19 affect the urban design of the future?

Two bespoke rooflights help create focal points, beautiful views and a streamlined kitchen-diner at a remodelled family home in rural Derbyshire

Room with a view - Glazing Vision brings light to Derbyshire home



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Kuba and Pilař visualises a new view of Znojmo

This family house designed for a 3D visualiser inserts a modern sensibility into its tranquil riverside setting on the edge of a historic Moravian city in the Czech Republic