As software continues to pave the way to more advanced and complex buildings, the question arises over the shift in skills our future builders will need. Potentially, we will require builders with more technological skills than practical skills, especially as artificial intelligence continues to develop enough to be able to take over basic labour tasks.
The Homebuilding & Renovating Show experienced one of its most successful years to date in 2018, delivering more than 18,000 engaged and targeted visitors at its last two events covering the North and South West of the UK. The Northern Homebuilding & Renovating Show, which took place between 2-4 Nov
THE architectural practice behind the multi-award-winning Aerospace Integrated Research Centre (AIRC) at Cranfield University has designed four new buildings on the Bedfordshire campus.
Belfast-based Pure Fitout celebrates Building and Architecture Award for the renovation of Stella Theatre, originally opened in 1923. Bringing back to life the 1920s glamour of the iconic Stella Theatre in Dublin, independent fit out specialist, Pure Fitout, has received the award for Building Refur
UK independent specialist, Pure Fitout, completes exclusive fit out for The Devlin, from bespoke marble features to handmade carpets and bronze finishes.
The architectural Studio of María Isabel Payer is based on Andalusia, Spain. Following the firm’s success in BUILD’s Design & Build Awards, we profiled María Isabel Payer to discover more about the innovative designs she creates for her clients.
Ernest Tsui Architects + Partners specialises in quality high-end residential design for London and the South-East, UK. Recently, we profiled the firm and spoke to Immanuel Gaskin who provided us with a detailed insight into the award-winning services they provide.
WORK has started on the brand-new £65 million research facility for digital aviation at Cranfield University with support from the Birmingham office of built environment consultancy Curtins.
Architects and artists raise more than £100,000 for building projects in the developing world.
BE DESIGN, the multi-disciplinary architecture and engineering practice, is rounding off the year with a series of significant new appointments, announcing seven additional members to its team.
A fashion-based market, Interior Design changes regular as new trends and ideas make the grade. In this article BUILD Magazine Staff Writer Hannah Stevenson explores how you can choose the most timeless statement pieces for your home.
In the UK, we are a nation of home improvers. It’s rare that we’ll ever be completely satisfied with how our home looks. Whether it’s to improve your forever home, or to add value to your property, we are always looking to tweak our homes appearance. Often, it’s certain rooms that we focus on, be it
As buildings across the world become increasingly complex in their design, it makes sense that the technology within them would be equally as complex. How do buildings stay cool under extreme temperatures? How do we combine natural and technological measures to keep our buildings heated, cooled and
Within the next 20 years, we will reach the peak capacity for our oil consumption. However, demand continually appears to rise as the global production of oil decreases. In light of this, the construction industry still requires most of its energy sources from oil-based fuels.
With winter fast approaching, our minds can’t help wandering off to thoughts of cosy nights in at home, snuggling up around a roaring fire. To help your home weather the chill this winter, we at The Lighting Superstore are taking some inspiration from the latest Scandi design trends to give your ho
Bath ranks in first position as the most picturesque place in England, followed by Canterbury and Oxford
MBH Design Studio is an established architectural design studio based out of Surrey, in the UK. As part of BUILD Magazine’s Q4 Review feature, we spoke to Julian von Buddenbrock, Director of the studio, to find out more about this innovative, future-centric firm and how they differentiate themselves