Specifying durable and effective antimicrobial materials for healthcare design is becoming increasingly important in light of growing antimicrobial resistance and the need to improve infection control. A new CPD presentation helps architects to understand the challenges of infection control and the solution antimicrobial copper touch surfaces provide.
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Residence Zabehlice is situated in Prague 10 - Zabehlice. The project site is part of existing extensive sport facility, it used to be a football field in the past. Dead channel of river Botic surrounded by full - grown trees forms a nothern border...
The Royal Playhouse, located on the harbour front in Copenhagen, takes form as a pronounced, yet respectful, completion of the surrounding urban structure.
The construction of the new health centre and national pharmacy for Greenland’s national hospital, the Queen Ingrid Hospital, is the first stage of a master plan future-proofing the hospital, originally built in the 1980s.
The historicist Villa Vauban is located in the city’s green belt and has been hosting the municipal art gallery since 1959. In 2002 the City of Luxembourg commissioned the practice of Diane Heirend & Philippe Schmit architectes to develop plans...
A villa of the 1920‘s with a hipped roof had to be extended to become a residence for a family of five. The entrance area had to be upgraded and furnished with storage for bicycles etc. On the other side a generous living room, a bedroom,...
The Goldsmiths’ Centre is two projects in one, and two buildings combined and connected. The converted Grade 2 listed Victorian School houses the ‘Institute’, which provides post‐graduate and apprentice training to would‐be goldsmiths. This...
One of the largest new student residence schemes in Britain, designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects, includes very different styles of copper cladding on two major buildings along the ‘exposed’ public edges of its East London site.
Copper roofing and cladding plays a major role in the architectural composition of Scotland’s new 1200-seat Perth Concert Hall.
Maggie’s Highlands Cancer Caring Centre at Raigmore Hospital Inverness by Page\Park Architects is a one and a half storey copper clad timber frame building designed to reflect and harmonise with the adjacent landscape designed by the critically acclaimed landscape designer Charles Jencks. The building seeks to provide a rich warm and ‘homely’ environment for the users of the Centre – essentially anyone associated or involved in anyway with cancer.
The brief called for a mix of uses fronting onto the River Don to create an animated and sustainable development that will significantly contribute to the ongoing regeneration of the Central Riverside and Sheffield.