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UNBUILT Pavilion - Harvard GSD

Design Miami
UNBUILT Pavilion - Harvard GSD
04/12/2015

For this year’s Design Miami fair, students from Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) have created the UNBUILT pavilion, a canopy of pink foam models set on a steel frame. These 200 models originated as unused concepts submitted by students and alumni, and have been given new life as a celebration of design and ideas. It emphasises how much work is put into the design of a building.

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IntelliMat session chaired by Marta GaliƱanes-Garcia

IntelliSpace 2016
26/11/2015

On Thursday 25th February 2016, AKT II Associate Director Marta Galiñanes-Garcia will be chairing the IntelliMat session at the BCO Technical Affairs Committee on Intelligent Space in the Office Sector.

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IntelliMat session chaired by Marta GaliƱanes-Garcia

A comforting talk on facades

Facade2015
A comforting talk on facades
17/11/2015

On the 27th November, Managing Director of AKT II Envelopes, Uli Horner and p.art team member, Jeroen Janssen, will be travelling to Detmold, Germany to speak at the facade2015 conference.

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Birmingham New Street featured in Architect's Journal

Birmingham New Street featured in Architect's Journal

Press Cutting
13/11/2015

Birmingham New Street has been a big talking point recently, and now it is featured in this week’s Architect’s Journal. The article details the long process of bringing the project to fruition (initial plans began back in 2002), particularly focusing on the futuristic cladding.

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Erection of Vierendeel truss in Pancras Square

Erection of Vierendeel truss in Pancras Square

4 Pancras Square
10/11/2015

The Vierendeel truss of weathering steel has now been erected at 4 Pancras Square, presenting the structure as another unique landmark in the King’s Cross area.

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Awards haul for Five Pancras Square

BCI Awards 2015
5 Pancras Square
16/10/2015

Our project, Five Pancras Square, came away the big winner at Wednesday’s BCI Awards, collecting four awards, including Major Building Project of the Year (over £50 m) and the prestigious Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award.

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