The competition winning design for the New Wear Crossing went through a number of iterations before and after the tendered scheme was shelved. A lecture from 2013 traces the project’s development. Read here: the-design-of-the-new-wear-crossing
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Our Almere Windhinders scheme with DunnettCraven Architects has scooped the Duplex Award at this years Galvanizers Association Awards. Glazed canopies of slender structural composition mitigate high winds to revitalise the public realm in the new-town of Almere in the Netherlands.
Matthew Wells will talk about the structural engineering design of the Silberrad Student Centre and Albert Sloman Library at The Building Centre this evening. Designed by Patel Taylor, the Silberrad Student Centre features dramatic canopy overhangs, providing a statement entrance to the University of Essex campus. Also by Patel Taylor is the new wing to […]
New Civil Engineer have revealed the NCE100 Best Companies 2016. NCE100 have adopted a new approach to finding and assessing the best civil engineering practices operating today by surveying employer and employee. This reveals corporate culture and ethos through the views of the employees. Techniker are pleased to be included.
This temporary structure for the RIBA MIPIM lounge provides a vibrant, joyful sculptural space for visitors to the world’s leading property expo. The design by Drasci Studio was created with 160 modules of honeycomb cardboard and occupies a 200 square metre area. The boxes are fixed together using interlocking cardboard pieces, and prototyping of the […]
This extraordinary new house is designed like a pontoon in a marina and can float on the rising flood waters, settling back into place when the flood waters recede. Judge’s comment: “By designing a house capable of rising by up to 2.5m on rising flood water whilst remaining fully functional the Structural Engineer has demonstrated […]
The design of The Miles Stair, Somerset House is based upon the structural form of a stone cantilever stair arranged to spring not from a surrounding wall but turned outside in to bear on a central newel. This post needed to be lightweight and translucent. A version of a lattice or ‘cage’ mast was adopted. […]
A new-build development comprises studio space for artists and architects with spacious residential apartments above designed by architect-developer Trevor Horne. By adopting the concrete Cobiax system of voided concrete – one of the first times this technology has been used in-situ in the UK – we enabled long spanning floor slabs with few internal columns. […]
The Miles Stair, Somerset House by Eva Jiricna Architects wins the Award for Small Projects at the Structural Awards. The structure is a lightweight and delicate intervention within the existing historic listed building. Judges comment: “The judges were impressed by the innovative use of materials and structural form to generate this dynamic and dramatic spiral […]
The Novium by Keith Williams Architects was constructed over in-situ archaeological remains which now provide a stunning entrance feature in the ground floor gallery. Judges citation “This is a prominent public building with a complex programme designed to celebrate Roman hypocaust ruins on the site. It has been elegantly delivered and adds considerable value. The […]
- The Design of the New Wear Crossing20th December 2016 - 4:49 pm
- Almere Windhinders scoops Galvanizers Association Award5th July 2016 - 5:08 pm
- Concrete Elegance talk at The Building Centre14th June 2016 - 5:03 pm
- Techniker named in NCE100 Best Companies 201618th May 2016 - 4:38 pm
- Vibrant structure for RIBA MIPIM21st October 2015 - 10:15 am