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Issue : 1 July 2003

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  • Metal WorksSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

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  • Rust, baby, rustSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    Metal WorksWeather-resisting steel has been around for a long time, but at last it is being used in more elegant surroundings

  • Right Royal restorationSubscription

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  • Rainscreen of weathering steel panelsSubscription

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  • Flexible facultySubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    Metal Works

  • Flexible facultySubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    The exterior of the Michael Young Building at the Open University Business School shows its environmental credentials

  • Open rainscreen of weathering steel panelsSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    The three-storey building has four 30m x 12m wings of precast floor slabs, supported on reinforced blockwork piers set between window openings.

  • Charity workSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    Amnesty International's necessary makeover of its Rosebery Avenue base gives the organisation a more public presence

  • Under the weatherSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    As Cor-Ten becomes ever more popular for outdoor sculpture, conservators are playing catch-up on preservation techniques You know that Cor-Ten has come of age as a legitimate material for sculptors when US museum conservators write learned articles about its preservation and maintenance.

  • Metal Works Round-upSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2003

    Take the stairs