Brighton Waste House, Sussex

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Architect Duncan Baker-Brown and the University of Brighton’s Faculty of Art have undertaken new a ‘living experiment’ in sustainable building. This green building involves students of the University, Brighton & Hove City Council and wide-ranging support from industry and the community: it is designed to explore ways in which to build as ecologically as possible.

Timberframe Solutions, Tyvek High-Tech Membranes

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DuPont Tyvek Timberframe Solutions: integrated, reliable protection. Timberframe Solutions is a system of high-tech membranes and accessories designed to enhance the performance and installation of the building envelope. The various combinations of unique products within the co-ordinated offering adds significant value and allows producers of lightweight ventilated Timber Frame facades to apply superior protection against the elements.

Corian 2.0 Milan Design Exhibition: Ghion

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A new and exclusive manufacturing technology, innovative solutions for our increasingly digital society, the fascination of translucency with advanced lighting and electronics systems. Take all these elements and combine them with high quality design and furnishing solutions and the result is “Corian® 2.0”, a design exhibition demonstrating the evolutionary capabilities of DuPont™ Corian®, which will take place during the 2014 Milan week of design.

DuPont Corian Beautiful Blacks: DeepColour

DuPont™ Corian® introduces more rich and beautiful blacks made with pioneering DeepColour™ Technology. In addition to Deep Nocturne, DuPont presents Deep Anthracite, Deep Black Quartz and Deep Night Sky. There is an exciting new design option available in solid surfaces, offering an advanced solution for darker colours and delivering high performance, elegance, reliability and hygiene.

Ice Cube Sochi – Russian Curling Centre

The construction of winter sports facilities is always a significant challenge for building engineers as there are so many intricacies to consider, such as the need for multilevel ventilation. Much depends on how well services such as mechanical ventilation and air conditioning are performing, in terms of both the comfort and well-being of athletes and fans – and the condition of the ice and of the building itself.