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Issue : April 2011

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  • Kalzip’s ingenious rainscreen system

    Kalzip’s ingenious rainscreen systemSubscription

    Specification10 November, 2011

    The bi-directional Kalzip FC rainscreen system is stylish, non-penetrative and extremely cost-effective. Installed on vertically fixed modular click rails, each lightweight panel is simply hooked at the top and then clicked into place at the bottom - quick, easy and ingenious.

  • atkins_SHERBORNE_QATAR_Approach___hi_res.jpg

    Atkins wins RIBA Competition for new Qatar schoolSubscription

    News28 June, 2011

    Atkins has won the RIBA contest to design the new Sherborne Qatar School in Doha

  • Astro Fra

    AirtightnessSubscription

    Specification8 June, 2011

    [Sustainable products] Revisions to Part L have caused a surge in products concerned with airtightness, says Sandy Patience

  • Bethlem Royal Hospital. Image by Philip Talmage

    South London and Maudsley NHS, remedial building worksSubscription

    News2 June, 2011

    [Requests to participate must be made by 6 June] South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLAM) wants to procure an experienced and well-resourced project manager to work on its estate

  • Robert Adam. Image by Robert Adam Architects.

    ADAM Architecture, student travel scholarshipSubscription

    News2 June, 2011

    [The closing date for entries is 30 June] ADAM Architecture is calling on students to apply for its £1,500 student travel scholarship

  • The Lutheran Chathedral in Helsinki, Finland. Image by Majestic

    Competitions: Editor's pick, 02.06.11Subscription

    News2 June, 2011

    Helsinki bridge designs, Welsh town centre improvements and a new capital for Australia. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions.

  • Helsinki, Finland. Image by the City of Helsinki

    Helsinki bridge design competitionSubscription

    News2 June, 2011

    [Prequalification submissions must be made by 3 August ] An international competition has been launched asking for designs for new pedestrian, cyclist and tram bridges in Helsinki which will connect a new residential area to the city centre.

  • Merthyr Vale. Image by Darren Wyn Rees

    Merthyr-Treharris town centre improvements, WalesSubscription

    News2 June, 2011

    [Requests to participate must be made by 27 June] Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council has issued a tender seeking consultancy services for building improvements within Merthyr and Treharris Town Centres

  • Canberra city. Image by PDH

    New Australian capital city, ideas competitionSubscription

    News2 June, 2011

    [Stage one submissions must be made by 31 January] The Australian Institute of Architects has launched an international competition for ideas for a new capital of Australia

  • Duggan Morris Architects' learning centre project for South London and Maudsley NHS Trust in Camberwell, London. Image by www.forbesmassie.co.uk

    Duggan Morris submits SLaM hospital plansSubscription

    News2 June, 2011

    [First look + plans + project data] Duggan Morris Architects has submitted plans for this £7 million learning centre for South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Trust on the Maudsley Hospital Campus in Camberwell, London

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