Jul 19, 2018 Last Updated 9:23 AM, Jul 10, 2018
Structure-borne noise is a growing problem for multi-occupancy buildings – but there are ways to reduce it, says Lee Nichols, Product Development & Business Manager at Monarfloor Acoustics, part of the BMI Group.
Keeping hygroscopic salts at bay in an unusual Victorian refurbishment was the role for a new type of flexible membrane from Safeguard Europe – a leading specialist in damp- and waterproofing, and masonry repairs.
A mix of metal and mineral ceiling and wall systems from Armstrong were specified for a new development at Royal Holloway, University of London, one of the top-30 universities in the UK.
The implementation of LED lighting and dynamic boiler control technology at the East London college is expected to deliver annual energy savings of around £25,000.
Islwyn High in Caerphilly is an ambitious project to amalgamate two former schools in a new purpose-built development. Part of the 21st Century School Programme across Wales, the impressive three-storey building comprises a range of modern teaching spaces, an amphitheatre, technology workshops and science labs.
Here, Rachel Gundy, Category Manager for Ceilings and Partitioning at CCF, discusses how, thanks to product advancements, it is now easier than ever before for specifiers to meet the project requirements of public sector applications.
Cheetham CofE Community Academy is a larger-than-average-sized primary school, with 540 students aged three to 11. Working closely with the school, refurbishment consultancy firm, Whitespace Consultants, was briefed to transform the blank space of a new building into an inspiring, modern interior – all with…
KI Europe, a local manufacturer of high quality furniture, reflects on the importance of integrating flexible furnishing solutions that can adapt to the evolutionary nature of learning.
Architectural journalist Gideon Sykes discusses the new Danish psychiatric hospital at Slagelse and the important part played in the healing process by great interior design, plus the effects of lighting and good acoustics on health and recovery.
Interiors which can generate the most unacceptable noise and echoes are most likely to be those where young people gather for work, play and socialising, such as schools, leisure centres and swimming pools. Fortunately, there now exists a high performance solution which many architects specify…
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