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The all-clear: Orama Minimal Frames

Brand story

Emma Moore


In order to meet the ambitious design goals and exacting standards of its prestige project in Dubai, architectural firm KPF turned to ORAMA MINIMAL FRAMES, with its extraordinary, innovative aluminium-frame solutions.

Linea Light Group – Industrial & Urban Lighting

Linea Light Group


Linea Light Group presents an entire dedicated line, contained in a single brand: i-LèD Industrial

Whatever floats your boat: BoConcept x URBAN RIGGER®

Brand story

Dominic Lutyens


URBAN RIGGER®'s floating residential buildings were designed in cooperation with the Danish architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) to alleviate the housing shortage in the city and provide accommodation for over 70 students.

Centre Stage for light

Light + Building


It is also often nice if details stay invisible. Fully in accordance with the Bauhaus maxim – now a hundred years old.

I've got the power: new energy plants

Peter Smisek


New power stations around the globe are wielding the rhetorical power of architecture. Confident, sculptural forms, signifying the confident, new world of cleaner technologies.

Answer the call: 5 new public toilets

Madeline Bouton


As sophisticated as we (think we) are as a species, there's no denying biology. That most necessary of public facilities, the toilet, is currently undergoing somewhat of a renaissance via unorthodox materials and environmentally responsible designs,

Joint ventures: NEXT architects

Madeline Bouton


Amsterdam- and Beijing-based office NEXT architects discuss their various bridge projects, including their WAF-nominated Lucky Knot structure in China, and how infrastructural interventions should connect communities – literally and metaphorically.

On your side: new bridge projects

Alyn Griffiths


Architects around the world are delivering bridges that exceed the limits of their utilitarian function – acting not only structures for crossing but also spaces to congregate and survey.

Never Built New York



It's called the 'City of Dreams' and yet, some of New York City's most radical, technologically advanced buildings were never realised. Their combined histories expose challenges the famous metropolis must confront as well as fundamental problems

Natural Highs: Arup's architecture in wood

Simon Keane-Cowell


At the vanguard of research and building in intelligent cross-laminated timber, global multidisciplinary firm Arup knows wood.

Nothing to fear for an engineer

Klaus Leuschel


Those looking for great and inspiring engineering solutions need to have an almost naive belief that anything is possible.

Sefar: Refined lightness

DETAIL - Zeitschrift für Architektur + Baudetail


Sefar’s premium-quality fabrics, whether used as weather or sun protection, or to improve the lighting situation or room acoustics, optimally combine aesthetic and functional aspects.

Get over yourself

Alyn Griffiths


Recent landmark bridge architecture shows how this most utilitarian of construction types, when imaginatively planned, can add real regenerative value to its environs. Build a bridge and get over it, people!

Stretching the Limits

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell


MDT-tex, the go-to textile-architecture manufacturer and consultancy, is invited time and time again to partner with some of the world's leading architects. It's no wonder given the company's innovative outdoor structures and intelligent membranes.

Getting High (on Wood)

Giovanna Dunmall


Could wood be the new concrete? If a number of recently completed, high-rise timber projects internationally are anything to go by, the only way might indeed be up for this most enduring and trusty of building materials.