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Retain and rebuild

FACT FILE1-4 Marble Arch, LondonMain client: Portman EstateArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main contractor: Galliford TryStructural engineer: AKT …

Steel forms City’s sustainable tower

An evolving design and high sustainability credentials have both been key ingredients for 8 Bishopsgate, the City of London’s latest landmark high-rise …

Landmark central London entertainment venue completed

Work has been completed on the Outernet London project, a new immersive entertainment venue, set to help reinvigorate London’s iconic Denmark Street music …

South Bank tower

Forming part of a large residential-led master plan, an 18-storey steel-framed commercial building will create a landmark structure on London’s

Crowning glory

A signature steel roof, known as the halo, creates an architectural highlight of a 25-storey London residential tower.

Prestigious central London mixed-use scheme completes

Make Architects said it has completed Derwent London’s largest-ever project, a mixed-use scheme combining reuse and new build elements to provide 30,000m2 of …

Hybrid design creates landmark structure

A new steel frame, combined with retained concrete elements, both of which reuse existing foundations, is helping to create an economically-designed commercial …

Hybrid design transforming the site of famous London department store

A £50M high-quality commercial and retail scheme is being created on the site of the former Pontings department store at 127 Kensington High Street, in west …

Creative highlights

A large mixed-use scheme, with office space geared towards the creative industries, will transform a swathe of land on the edge of London’s Soho district, …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

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