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Black & White Building
‘A pioneering achievement’ – timber office complex wins 2 prizes
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The Black & White Building is a double winner in the Wood Awards 2023 – with the Waugh Thistleton Architect-designed timber office block taking out both the Commercial and Sustainability categories. This 17.8-metre-high mass timber office complex, commissioned by forward thinking developers The Office Group (TOG), stands tall as a...
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The Tower of Love
The Tower of Love
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One new building stands out on the Golden Mile - a faceted three-storey tower set on a long, low plinth and covered with gold shingles which sparkle in the light. This is Festival House, an award winning building designed by architect dRMM.
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The Winter Garden
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The Winter Garden, by Pringle Richards Sarratt, forms part of the much bigger redevelopment of Sheffield city centre's Heart of the City Project.
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Maggie's Oldham by dRMM
Maggie’s Oldham
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To the architect, Maggie's Oldham is a deliberate exemplar of how to create a fresh, uplifting and caring environment while eliminating the use of harmful materials.
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Maggie's Oxford by Wilkinson Eyre
Maggie’s Oxford Centre
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A new Maggie's Centre, designed by Wilkinson Eyre, has opened in the grounds of Churchill Hospital, Oxford. It is set in a small but protected copse of mature trees which screen it from the massive hospital building nearby.
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House in a Garden
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Tucked behind two rows of tall 1840s Victorian villas in Notting Hill, London, is a modern single-storey house with a truly dramatic roof, its exposed timber frame rising in an elegant double curve to a glazed oculus.
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Abbotsford
Abbotsford Visitor Reception Building
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Abbotsford was the home of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), author of Ivanhoe, Waverley and The Lady of the Lake and in his time the most popular novelist of the day with readers all over the world.
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