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    Skill: WoodSubscription

    Essay6 February, 2016

    Innovative engineering and craftsmanship elicit the age-old beauty of wood

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    Skill: Superloos Subscription

    Sponsored Feature16 January, 2016

    Innovations in materials and water services are improving the expressive potential in the architectural design of washrooms

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    Ledia New 100lm/w LED Pendant Light/Shop LightSubscription

    Sponsored Feature4 December, 2015

    [SPONSORED FEATURE] The LEDIA new 100lm/w LED Pendant Light/Shop Light brings together unique design and high luminance

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    Skill: CladdingSubscription

    Essay20 November, 2015

    Large-format units in combination with the latest energy-controlling technology is revolutionising contemporary cladding

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    ‘Like the notes of a musical scale, brickwork modules seem open to unlimited invention’Subscription

    Essay3 October, 2015

    Contemporary stone and brickwork design stands at the crossroads of craftsmanship and engineering, and also of invention and innovation


    Skill: LightingSubscription

    Sponsored Feature11 September, 2015

    In this new monthly feature, we begin with lighting, a divisive topic. There’s a vast cultural rift between advocates of natural and artificial lighting; austere, low-energy design inhabits a different universe from hedonistic tungsten-heads

  • Inflatable Concrete Domes

    Skill: Inflatable Concrete DomesSubscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    Frustrated by both expensive and labour-intensive methods of moulding concrete with steel or wooden formwork, Italian architect Dante Bini pioneered ‘air structures’: gigantic balloons that could be covered with a thin layer of concrete then inflated to form domes in a matter of hours