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.
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.
Trust Premier is the trading name of a wholly independent department within Trust Property Management Limited that manages long leasehold blocks of flats, on behalf of Right to Manage (RTM) or Resident Management Companies (RMC). Recently, we profiled Trust Premier to gain a deeper understanding int
Is the buy-to-let boom coming to an end, with yields down and landlords selling up? This is only one side of the story. The dynamic Chana brothers’ partnership, Pass The Property is currently finding exciting new ways to make property profitable, with proven, eye-catching increased returns from lets
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.
The first issue of BUILD Magazine for 2019 focuses on architecture that does more than just function, showcasing a range of ideas from a variety of businesses across the design, architecture and construction markets. We have a number of award-winners to share with our readers, alongside the insight of a variety of industry experts who wish to have their say on the future of the property market.
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.
An all-in-one personalised digital platform that guides first-time property buyers through the entire home-buying process is seeking investment following its Beta launch.
The Christmas period is a time for celebration and joy, spent with friends and loved ones. Presents have been bought, ‘out of office’ has been switched on and festive cheer is in full swing. Yet amongst all the revelries, it can be easy to overlook home security during a period when homes are most p
• Approximately five million rented households in the UK • Renters could be entitled to three times their initial deposit plus their deposit amount • Those aged 18-24 & 55+ least clued up on their rights
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.
Whilst other industries have for many years focused on professional growth as a motivating factor for staff, as well as a means of ensuring that their skills remain relevant in today’s technological society, this has not been such a key focus in the construction space.
There have been many repercussions felt by multiple UK sectors since the UK officially chose to leave the EU. With regard to the property market, a sense of uncertainty meant that many investments and deals fell through, and many buildings had to be withdrawn from the market.
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.
False alarms cost the UK economy £1 billion a year Over 95% of automatically-generated fire alarms are false alarms Fire and Rescue Services are distracted from genuine emergencies over the busy festive period
It may now be more attractive for tenants to challenge their landlord’s refusal to grant them a new lease.
Mark Dyer from Audacia looks at the rise of mobile working in the construction industry and explores both the benefits and challenges of this potentially game-changing opportunity.
The research shows that business owners are six times more likely (74%) to be in their dream job than employees(13%). Interestingly in construction over 54% of Business owners have always wanted to start their own business.
Cases of burglary continue to rise in 2018 in England and Wales and also remain a problem across the rest of the world. Burglary is a hot topic during political debates with people pointing the finger of blame towards cuts in police funding or the ways in which crime is reported or dealt with from c
The digital conveyancing platform When You Move has today released a nationally representative study surrounding the lack of transparency in property transaction fees – from surveyors and conveyancers to estate agents and logistics. The data reveals the true extent of the deficit between homebuyer
The 2018 Recycling & Waste Management Awards Press Release
The property and construction industries have seen a huge influx in the use of drones, due to the flexibility they bring to businesses. These small yet sophisticated devices could soon become as common on-site as trucks and diggers.
The construction industry is seeing an increasing shift towards landfill redevelopment, as experts in the sector help more businesses and landowners identify real regeneration opportunities.
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
Over 1,400 construction workers committed suicide between 2011 – 2015. Construction trades have the highest number of suicides of any profession. Risk of suicide for those working in building and construction trades is 1.6 times higher than the national average. More than a quarter of construction e
One and Only Pro Launches to Shake up Buy-to-Let Property Investment Market
Housing needs in the UK are changing amid declining levels of home ownership and lifestyle shifts.
Every day hundreds of column inches are dedicated to problems within the British housing market. We are building too few homes, at too high a price, and for too few people. Our system is broken and it is those on lower incomes who are bearing the brunt. Demand for social housing available to rent in
Are English cities really untrusting and detached from their neighbours? A new survey by so-sure suggests that urban neighbours trust and know one another better than you might think.
It’s official, Brits are a nation of hoarders – with a staggering £48 billion worth of unused household items gathering dust in the nation’s attics, spare rooms and garages, according to a new study.