Comment on: Austin-Smith:Lord files for insolvency
i believe we need governmnet action to get invoices paid on time, as is the norm in France for instance. Good luck ASL
Comment on: Squire and Partners bags Paddington planning
good looking scheme
love the colours
well done patrick
Comment on: MSMR win go-ahead for Marylebone eco-mews
good looking scheme
Comment on: RMJM scoops planning for Merthyr learning centre
Carea Facade will look great on this, well done RMJM good choice
Comment on: GRID nets Lewisham Marine Wharf approval
very good looking scheme
Comment on: New Practices #89: Pernilla & Asif
good luck guys
great looking scheme and fab looking brick too.
Comment on: Rogers and PRP set up new offices in China
great to see we have something we can export to China.
Comment on: Steni Cuts Its Cladding Competitors Down To Size
wow looks fab, we love the colours, well done Steni
good luck Patrick
what a load of tosh! that is what makes the UK great, we are the home of world architecture, its one of our best exports ! (maybe not in monetary terms like the financial sector) BUT the UK is once again leaving its mark around the globe but this time with a positive legacy
well done guys
Comment on: Rogers submits plans for bridge over the Dome
just a shame that there is not a waterslide for the way back down! now that would be fun!
Comment on: Take two: Chelsea barracks wins planning
well as long as its still got the allotments, does it matter?
wow looks great, how much in the UK?
Comment on: Tweet it in the family
still, r we not all green when it comes to getting planning!
well done Glas
wow we love the colours
Comment on: S333 unwraps Southwark housing
well done guys 10 out of 10 for the great use of Parklex Facade
great news, well done guys
well done guys
great use of colour! we like this building and especially the use of so much natural light on the 1st floor
Comment on: PLP wins planning for 43-storey City tower
well done Fred and team, keep em coming. Nice to see someting in the city that is not just glass
all nice jobs, but have to say the Hopkins one stands out for us
keep em coming Assael
wow! no wonder the UK is reknown for having the best designers!
Comment on: Chelsea Barracks scheme recommended for planning
slightly different to previous scheme then! Good luck guys
well done Rory Merlin, my fingers were crossed for you too!
Comment on: Foster’s Masdar Institute opens
this must be the way forward
great and joe public will no doubt have to pay maintainance charges every year now too!
Comment on: AHMM unveils City Road development
nice to see some shading with the perf panels good luck guys
well done Hopkins!
actually i thought about it 15 years ago and told my wife, she too thought it was a good idea! well done wilkinson eyre! we know you will do a great job and do this fab idea (whos ever it was) justice!
anything else will be better than BSF!
13 billion is alot of money and i guess this scheme had no chance of just slipping through unnoticed!
great to see this great west london venue is not forgotten. Excel and 02 are a long way to travel
Comment on: McAslan completes Olympic Park Energy Centre
Great to see zero carbon renewable energy on site! Nice Facade too well done McAslan & lakesmere!
We love it, elegant and imposing
Comment on: Facade replacement: Great Arthur House
should be an interesting job
Comment on: Hastings Pier Regeneration Scheme
NEWSFLASH 5th Oct- Pier now 95% destroyed by Fire suddenly this competition just got a little more interesting and bigger!
well done to FOA, for their hard work and patience in getting what they wanted.
Comment on: Acme-designed Leeds mega-project wins planning
We love it, well done acme. Great to see these guys do well
Comment on: Zaha Hadid wins Stirling Prize at fourth attempt
Well Done Zara Hadid for winning, another fine building from this practice. (Did a night out in Rome tip the balance for the judges?) Well done also to Rick Mather for winning the RIBA Peoples Poll, it was only £20K don't worry about it! ....and a massive personal well done to dRMM and DSDHA, we love those two schools, you have set the benchmark!
Comment on: New Practices #43: Re|form Architects
Good luck guys!
a worthy winner of the leaf award this year, congrats to FCB studios
Having seen it in the flesh recently I love it. Well done to First Base too
Comment on: New Practices #42: Space Agency
good luck guys
Comment on: Relief as ‘hundreds’ of BSF jobs saved
what a relief for us all
Comment on: New Practices #35: Ström Architects
well done magnus for taking the plunge, we wish you all the best. See you at LBCC
a long time coming, well done guys
Comment on: BSF cuts: Full list of affected schools
Gutted for everyone who has put so much work into these schemes. Lets hope the private sector picks up quicker than expected
Comment on: New Practices #24: Green Cube Architects
good luck Peter, enjoy
Comment on: New Practice #33: Feilden Fowles
good luck guys you will love it
stunning job both internally and externally, well done buddy, catherine & team
Comment on: In pictures: Nouvel’s One New Change
go and take a look at it in the flesh and then see what you think different it certainly is, but it grows on you personally i prefer his hotel project in Barcelona
well done CPA
Comment on: PLP’s Camden 'super lab' in for planning
wow its a monster!
hope to see scheme at MAPIC this year
Comment on: ExCel Phase 2, London, by Grimshaw
Well done Grimshaws! another fine scheme.
Comment on: Victorian Society objects to LSE scheme
great design whats the issue?
curry favour? did Nick Clegg really say this?
You did a great job on the Young Vic Guys, good luck with this one too!
Love the Colin and Paul comments above, well done boys!
Comment on: First look: Olympic Village takes shape
wait til its finished then see what you think
Comment on: New Practices #30: Bubble Architects
good luck Bubble
Comment on: Fortune Green Road, West Hampstead by CZWG
nice brick, is it imported?
Comment on: Specifying Timber: ' The green agenda; timber technology; design innovation and recent legislation'
and dont forget about our Parklex product either Martin