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Building and Waste

Posted by on April 17, 2017 – 08:15 am

Building and Waste

We are modern people. Sometimes, we are moving with too high speed, forgetting about all the consequences. Just look at modern cities and you will see how much the world changed with the short period of time. We build skyscrapers, we conquer more and more space and, at the same time, we produce a lot of waste. Every conscious citizen of our planet tries to learn more about the ways to keep it safer. This article is created to show you that when it comes to construction waste, each attempt to minimize the harm it can cause matters

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Famous buildings in Glasgow

Posted by on February 22, 2017 – 03:21 am

Famous buildings in Glasgow

The Glasgow School of Art is often considered to be Charles Rennie Mackintosh s finest work and is now one of Glasgow s most famous buildings. Colin Bisset takes a look inside and finds a building full of contradictions: spare but ornamented, distinctly Scottish but also international. Like many great designers, Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an outsider, and a Scottish one at that. Perhaps that explains why he was appreciated more by Europeans than the British. He was influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement and their reverence for natural forms…

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English buildings

Posted by on February 16, 2017 – 02:45 am

English buildings

It s Saturday morning and something is happening next door. Joan: Steve, what s all that noise outside? Steve: Just a minute, I ll have a look. . Oh! It looks as if the new next door neighbours are moving in. It s a bit early, isn t it? Ah well I guess we d better get up. It s amazing how quickly the houses are selling round here, the Browns only put theirs on the market about a month ago. Where did they move to in the end? I think he told me they were buying a detached house in Surbiton. Sounds nice. I hope the new neighbours are nice. Well, I…

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Age of buildings UK

Posted by on January 29, 2017 – 01:24 am

Age of buildings UK

We don’t have individual building age open data in the UK, unlike in some other countries (the data has been used to great effect in New York City and Amsterdam) but the Valuation Office Agency, which amongst other things decides council tax bandings for residential properties, has published some interesting data on how old houses are in England and Wales – it’s their “dwelling ages” dataset. A separate governmental organisation, the ONS, publishes house prices summaries, at a relatively small-area* scale, on a quarterly basis for the previous year…

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Old England buildings

Posted by on August 3, 2016 – 04:04 pm

Old England buildings

We are a family run business that have been providing traditional building services to the local Essex community for over 15 years. We specialise in Traditional building methods using reclaimed materials wherever possible to reduce costs, to enable us to build in keeping with existing surroundings and to maintain a eco friendly working method through everything we do. We are eco friendly minded throughout the entire building process, we dispose of our materials ethically and reduce waste wherever possible. We run all of our vehicles on bio diesel…

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Find an Architects RIBA

Posted by on July 24, 2014 – 02:50 pm

Find an Architects RIBA

We re good at seeing the big picture,says Jane Duncan, who has run her own practice in Amersham for 15 years. This could mean maximising a property s potential, reconfiguring rooms or overcoming a building s constraints. It was exactly that big picture that Christian Allsop says he lacked during his extravagant conversion of four, separate flats, into one huge home in Chelsea 12 years ago. He saved money by not employing an architect, but once he started living in the house, he realised it didn t quite hang together. We ve got a very dark basement…

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Famous buildings in London England

Posted by on October 23, 2015 – 02:50 pm

Famous buildings in London England

The Harry Potter Shop at Platf The Hogwarts Express departs from Kings Cross. Visit platforms 4 and 5, which were used for filming, and take a photo pushing a trolley through to a magical world at the wall marked Platform 9¾. Don t forget to visit the Harry Potter Shop, built to resemble Ollivander s wand shop. London s Skyline The capital s epic skyline has been given loads of screen time as it s full of famous buildings. James Bond actor Daniel Craig surveys the skyline in Skyfall. Standing on top of the building that s home to the Department…

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Architectural Building

Posted by on June 7, 2015 – 04:16 pm

Architectural Building

Architectural Building Components has been providing professional builders, architects and homeowners with unparalleled custom window and door expertise and services since 1994. Our highly trained specialists have extensive window and door backgrounds, with an average of more than 20 years of experience in the window and door industry. Whether you’re a homeowner, architect, or builder, our team of professionals will assist you through the complexities of the product selection process and help you solve your unique fenestration challenges. In addition…

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Famous buildings in Scotland

Posted by on November 24, 2014 – 11:28 am

Famous buildings in Scotland

The Blog Did you know that over 32 million visits were made to Scotland’s visitor attractions last year? That’s not surprising to us, as we know about the wealth of amazing sights spread right across the country, from a fantastic range of awe-inspiring museums and galleries, grand heritage properties and crumbling ruins to rich and malty-smelling distilleries and fun-filled outdoor activity centres. Scotland truly is packed with fascinating places to visit. In 2013, there were over 225, more visits to sites across the country than in 2012. We’ve…

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Famous buildings in Ireland

Posted by on September 19, 2014 – 10:27 am

Famous buildings in Ireland

Blarney Castle At the top of the castle lies the famous Stone of Eloquence which is also known as the Blarney Stone. Tourists visiting Blarney Castle can hang upside-down over a sheer drop to kiss the stone, which is said to give the gift of eloquence. There are many legends as to the origin of the stone, but some say that it was the Lia Fáil—a magical stone upon which Irish kings were crowned. Ben Bulben, Co. Sligo Ben Bulben is probably the most stunning rock formation in Ireland. The pleateau formation, which is a part of the Dartry Mountains…

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