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February 26 2014


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London Eye-designer Marks Barfield Architects plans elevated glass pavilion next door

London-based Marks Barfield Architects has designed a temporary glazed pavilion raised up on criss-crossing steel columns that looks set be built near the firm's London Eye observation wheel on the South Bank. (more...)

February 12 2014


O'Donnell + Tuomey complete faceted brick student centre at London School of Economics

Irish architects O'Donnell + Tuomey mapped sight lines along the narrow streets of the London School of Economics campus to generate the faceted red brick structure of the university's new student centre (+ slideshow). (more...)


Norman Foster unveils Maggie's Centre for home town of Manchester

News: Norman Foster has become the latest architect to design a Maggie's Centre offering support to cancer sufferers and has unveiled plans for a timber-framed structure and flower garden in his home town of Manchester. (more...)


Dyson investing $8 million towards making domestic robots a reality

Dyson announces a new $8 million robotics center at Imperial College London, with the eventual goal of having useful, intelligent domestic robots in every home in England.

February 06 2014


David Adjaye's Yorkshire market hall faces demolition

News: the David Adjaye-designed Wakefield Market Hall in Yorkshire, England, is facing demolition just six years after opening, following news the local council wants to sell the building to a developer and replace it with a cinema. (more...)


AOR's floating Viewpoint offers glimpses of London's canal-side wildlife

Amidst the fast-paced construction of King's Cross in London, young Finnish studio AOR has installed an angular canal-side platform where visitors can make contact with some of the local wildlife (+ slideshow). (more...)

February 05 2014


From Old Bomb Shelter to Indoor Farm of the Future

As a result of all the war the region’s seen in the past century or so, Europe and the United Kingdom have their fair share of old bomb shelters. The structures which once saw so much use now sit abandoned, just begging to be converted into a data center, a [...]

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January 29 2014


Old Yorkshire barn converted into a modern home by Snook Architects

British studio Snook Architects has overhauled a dilapidated eighteenth-century barn in Yorkshire to create a modern home with chunky wooden trusses, exposed brickwork and a double-height family kitchen (+ slideshow). (more...)

January 25 2014


Garden Workshop designed around an old workbench and a collection of handmade tools

Ben Davidson of London studio Rodić Davidson Architects designed this garden shed in Cambridge, England, to the exact proportions of his grandfather's old workbench and added pegboard walls for displaying a collection of handmade tools (+ slideshow). (more...)

January 24 2014


London's future skyline captured in new visualiations

This series of images by architectural rendering studio Hayes Davidson envisages how London's skyline might look in 20 years time. (more...)


Jonathan Tuckey Design renovates a mews house for an ex-submariner

Latticed wooden screens form balustrades for a red pigmented concrete staircase inside this renovated mews house in west London by British studio Jonathan Tuckey Design. (more...)

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