• December’s Bookshelf

    December’s Bookshelf

    On the bookshelf this month: Oxford by Matthew Rice, £30 Oxford is one of the jewels of European architecture, much loved and much visited. The city offers an unparalleled collection of the best of English building through the centuries. Matthew Rice’s Oxford is a feast of delightful watercolour illustrations and an informed and witty text

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  • Balancing Possibility with Need in Lighting and Beyond

    Balancing Possibility with Need in Lighting and Beyond

    Dan Blaker, Creative Director, Nulty, discusses balancing lighting possibilities with the need for it as part of the Brave New World talk, Architect@Work, 31st January, 5:30pm, Old Truman Brewery.

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  • Great British Conversions

    Great British Conversions

    For decades, conversions have been a popular way for people to create their dream home. In recent times, their popularity has gained momentum, with conversions becoming more and more popular each year. Here, OPEN architecture looks at some of the most popular conversions and offers advice on what to look out for if you decide

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  • Velux and BDP: Why we should allow natural light to shine

    Velux and BDP: Why we should allow natural light to shine

    Chris Lowe, associate lighting designer at BDP, tells us about the role of natural light in inspirational, interesting and healthy buildings ?? and why artificial light doesn??t really cut-it.   Daylight is important to the human condition. It can improve our health, wellbeing, creativity and productivity in both work and education. How much daylight are

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  • Guest blogger opportunities

    Do you have something to say about architecture? Join forces with ArchitectNews.co.uk and write a blog on the UK’s number one site for architecture professionals. Email jade.tilley@mediaone.co.uk for more information.

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