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st george’s park grows apace

st george’s park grows apace

Red Box Design Group are proud to be the architects for St George’s Park, the National Football Centre for the Football Association. Construction is well underway and it is now possible to gain a glimpse of all the main elements of the design, including the full size indoor training pitch, the multi purpose sports hall, and the two Hilton hotels. For more about the design please clickhere or go to www.theFA.com/St-Georges-Park

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architects of the future

architects of the future

One imagines that it was with mixed emotions that the architects of the future have recently opened their A-level results, Given they have five years at university ahead of them it is inevitable that they will catch the onset of nine thousand pounds a year tuition fees, and it remains to be seen what type of professional world they will enter upon completion of their course. Who would enter any profession, especially one which no longer is well paid, knowing that you will have debts in...

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pace of growth in international cities

pace of growth in international cities

The recent comment from David Cameron that we do more business with Ireland than we do with China – principally because of poor air connections highlights the fact that some of the world’s largest potential business communities remain largely out of reach for the UK. Some cities in the world grow from small settlements strategically placed for a wealth of natural resources or a particularly good trade route. Others find themselves the centre of a country in the fastest growing econ...

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original arcade discovered in newcastle co-operative art deco masterpiece.

original arcade discovered in newcastle co-operative art deco masterpiece.

Red Box Design Group proposals for the restoration and conversion of the Newcastle Co-operative buildings on Newgate Street have been submitted for planning. The building has been empty for several years except for a small area at ground floor – the Co-op’s retained food hall. It is an iconic Art Deco design in Newcastle’s townscape designed by L.G. Ekins in 1932, but has become seriously at risk due to the lack of proper maintenance. The project was initially won in competition...

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