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Su Butcher shares some insight into architects' attitudes to sales people.

The event “Is the green belt a luxury we can’t afford?“ provoked considered and passionate debate

The second part of our feature debating the need for a green belt we hear inventive ideas for the housing crisis

A month-long, citywide celebration of architectural experimentation responding to this year’s theme of 'Community'.

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26/05/2016

MVRDV designed a fully transparent kitchen as part of a satellite event for the Venice Biennale.

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Thibaud Herem is in demand by both building professionals and editors for his extraordinarily detailed hand-drawn images

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From the London Olympics’ ceremony to the UK Pavilion at the Milan expo, Stage One Engineering invent the spectacular

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Five Pancras Square has set a benchmark to the rest of the multibillion pound King’s Cross Central development

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Over two years ago SIG Design & Technology published a blog post by Ross Finnie called ‘Blue Roof: Why it is a Bad

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It may be small but it packs a punch! The launch of GEZE’s new sliding door system is a real David and Goliath affair.

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MELJAC has expanded its range to offer a choice of soft and vibrant colours in its "extra white" tempered glass

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Ballymoney Borough Council has recently injected £1.26m in a redevelopment programme for Megaw Park in Ballymoney.

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Hardwood flooring holds a certain mystique, a tactile beauty that Listone Giordano takes to new heights

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Gorsgoch village hall benefits from Cembrit B5, the versatile and aesthetically pleasing, modern fibre cement corrugated

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There may be a new substitute for silica-based glass, and it comes from an unlikely source.