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The delicacy of the bridge is enabled by the single track roadway. The materials of pavement and ‘lean rail’ are chosen for human touch.
  1. Buildings

Pooley Bridge swaps a stone crossing for a bowstring arch

When Knight Architects was asked to replace a river crossing lost in Storm Desmond, winning local support was top of the design brief

25 February 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

Doors and windows

The Rooflight Company design combines heritage looks with slim sightlines and the latest thermal efficiencies

Rooflight Company design combines heritage looks with latest thermal efficiencies

The firm's aluminium windows, sliding doors and curtain walling open up river views and skyscapes at The Waterside Apartments project on Trent Bridge

The Waterside Apartments feature doors, windows and curtain walling by Senior

The UK company works with architects to achieve flexible modern designs for front, internal and garage doors with multiple fitting and finish choices

Urban Front: Working with architects to achieve flexible contemporary door designs

A self-supporting daylighting system proved an ideal solution for a new dining concourse in CDA Group Architects' redesigned Gateshead shopping mall

Self-supporting daylighting system brightens Gateshead shopping mall

C70S aluminium system uses three foam insulation options so specifiers can dial thermal efficiency up or down to suit individual projects

AluK C70S windows can be adjusted for thermal efficiency on individual projects


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