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French Ambassador Bernard Emié, no less, turned out to open Saint-Gobain’s new London innovation centre at 95 Great Portland St, showcasing the global construction firm’s huge range of products, including glass, British Gypsum, Ecophon and Isover among others. There’s also a library and meeting rooms which are available free to architects for private meetings, seminars or events. For more details on forthcoming events or to enquire about booking rooms, call Shalini Patel on 020 7323 6576.

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Tuesday 18 October 2022, 9 am – 11:15 am

PiP Transport, Infrastructure and Warehousing Architecture webinar

The evolution of BAU and Grant Amon's landmark building in Melbourne is a story of letting go and embracing the unconventional, buoyed by a groundswell of support for LGBTIQ+ people

BAU and Grant Amon: embracing the unconventional; relishing the unfinished

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An attractive prefabricated facade in a criss-cross patchwork pattern wraps around the interlocking vertical accents of Amsterdam practice Team V's multi-use complex in Utrecht

Amsterdam practice Team V's multi-use complex in Utrecht features a wraparound criss-cross facade