James Latham Plc

James Latham helps museum tell stories of change
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James Latham has provided 450m2 of HONEXT for The Fitzwilliam Museum's 'Real Families: Stories of Change' exhibition. The carbon-neutral fibreboard was used as the finishing material for the show's temporary installations, replacing a large proportion of the painted MDF typically used for this purpose. The Cambridge-based Fitzwilliam Museum hosts a...
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Creative storage with James Latham
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Creating furniture out of unfamiliar materials was the goal for students at a leading furniture-making college. James Latham is a long-time supplier of Rycotewood College in Oxfordshire, one of the country’s leading institutions for vocational training for furniture design and making. Rycotewood has delivered furniture training in Oxfordshire since 1938,...
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Greyfriars by Konishi Gaffney
Greyfriars Charteris Centre
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Konishi Gaffney Architects’ refurbishment and extension of Greyfriars Charteris Centre in Edinburgh has transformed the underused former church and administrative building into a thriving community hub, providing flexible work and events spaces and a nondenominational sanctuary.
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black and white building
Black & White Building takes Lathams back to the future
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TDUK member James Latham played a pivotal role in the development of the landmark Black & White Building in Shoreditch, London. The Black & White Building was completed in January 2023 as the latest in flexible workspaces from co-working provider The Office Group (TOG). Designed by Waugh Thistleton Architects and...
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timber industry
2023: The timber industry speaks out
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We asked timber industry suppliers what they thought were the key topics and issues we would all face in 2023. Here’s what they said. Reasons to be cheerful James Scott Managing Director, Scotts Timber Engineering "Many commentators have sounded warnings about the new homes market in 2023 but here at...
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Cambridge library
European oak adds warmth to Cambridge library
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More than £300,000 of European Oak timber was used to create the new Magdalene College Library in Cambridge. TDUK spoke to timber supplier James Latham to find out more. From Niall McLaughlin Architects’ initial sketches through to the delivery, fabrication and installation of engineered timber components, the new Magdalene College...
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Wooden Annex by Tsuruta
Wooden Annex
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The Wooden Annex is a single-storey, fully timber extension to a 1950s end-of-terrace house in South London. The addition of the annex accompanied a complete refurbishment of the existing house, creating increased and improved open living space for the homeowners.
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Magdalene College by Niall McLaughlin
Magdalene College Library
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From the architects’ sketches through to the structural engineers’ solutions and the fabrication, and installation of engineered timber components, Magdalene College Library stands testament to the beauty, versatility, and sustainability of timber, and the rich collaboration of the team behind it.
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