Light and bright to foster wellbeing
18/10/2021 True to architectural traditions commonly applied in the Nordic countries, architects Schmidt Hammer Lassen has created an inclusive and nurturing space, providing the perfect setting for learning, reflection and relationship building. Not only concerned with light and aesthetics, SHL base their work on democracy, welfare, sustainability and social responsibility, a commitment which results in buildings with a high degree of wellbeing. Find out how installing a light-coloured floor made all the difference.
New HQ design to inspire collaboration
04/08/2021 The Norwegian Medical Association turned to Metropolis Architecture and Design for a complete revamp of its headquarters. The new design has opened up the interior, with the inclusion of a spectacular triple height atrium flooded with natural light at the heart of the building.
An unusual building
15/03/2021 A new harbourside building has been designed and built with the ability to be disassembled, moved and rebuilt elsewhere.
Historic concert room and galleries redesigned to welcome visitors
16/12/2020 St Cecilia’s Hall, which today is a part of the University of Edinburgh, has been thoughtfully redeveloped by Page Park Architects to create a more inclusive and user-friendly space.
Towards a net zero carbon future – every part counts!
25/09/2020 With the focus firmly on working towards a net zero carbon future in the construction industry and beyond, it has never been more important to choose wisely and carefully. With pledges such as Architects Declare and the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge gaining awareness, construction companies are following suit with their own pledges – the more of us who commit to making crucial changes, the sooner we will be able to achieve our goal of halting the climate emergency.
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