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  • Interface name Eco-Park winner of ‘Reconnect Your Space’ competition

    Interface name Eco-Park winner of ‘Reconnect Your Space’ competition

    Rebolo Eco-Park’ designed by Jesús Pertuz, from Paris, has been selected as the winner of Interface, Inc.’s ‘Reconnect Your Space’ competition.  The competition invited architects, designers and students to submit their visions for how biophilia can influence the design of a new or existing space, either within interior built environments or outside in cities. Biophilic

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  • Years of honour

    Years of honour

    The Stirling Prize, a distinguished and worthy accolade, bestowed upon some of the great Architects of our time is once again pondering its’ shortlist of projects to find a recipient who is most deserved of the prize.  In its’ 15 year history, the Stirling Prize has been given to those who demonstrate excellence in their

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  • Thermal mass: what you need to know

    Thermal mass: what you need to know

    Thermal mass: what you need to know By: Bill Price, National Commercial Technical Manager, Lafarge Cement UK With ever tightening budgets, builders and developers are increasingly being challenged to deliver cost efficiency, both during the building phase and in the long-term use of the property.  Improving energy efficiency is one important aspect, particularly with the

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  • The Stirling Prize

    The Stirling Prize

    Photography by Iwan Baan This year, the famed Stirling Prize has been awarded to the talented Zaha Hadid for the creation of MAXXI, the National Museum of XXI Century Arts in Rome. Announced on 2nd October, the prize was given along with £20,000 in recognition of the building of the year. The prize has a

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  • The Psychology of Buildings and the Impact on Education

    The Psychology of Buildings and the Impact on Education

    The Psychology of Buildings and the Impact on Education By Ian Watts     School has a huge influence on a person’s formative years. They are places that directly support or inhibit learning and with pupils spending an average of eight hours a day in the school environment more attention needs to be paid to the

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