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The Dwinelle Annex Renovation for the Disabled Students’ Program will transform a beloved, modest building located in the University of California Berkeley campus’s classical core. The revitalized building will upgrade seismic and life safety performance, and will become a welcoming, inclusive, and accessible new Center for the University’s Disable...
Project name
UC Berkeley Dwinelle Annex Renovation for the Disabled Students’ Program
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Berkeley, California, USA
As the 10th edition of the Light Middle East Awards approaches next month, the shortlisted entries for the awards ceremony have been officially announced. Taking place on the final day of Light + Intelligent Building Middle East on 18 January at the Palazzo Versace Dubai, the Light Middle East Awards aim to recognise excellence in the lighting indu...
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James Lakie
Light Middle East Awards
Warsaw based Boris Kudlička with Partners studio has unveiled its latest investment project, poised to transform the landscape of the Wzgórza Dylewskie. Boris Kudlička, together with Little Tuscany, is not only the investor of the entire venture, but is also initiating the construction of fourteen single-family houses in Wysoka Wieś.
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Anna Antovska
Boris Kudlička
Calling proposals for Barrier-free Design that actively promote and implement universal design concepts, creating a tangible impact on inclusivity.
Ethos Foundation: under Project UDita - supported by Mphasis F1 Foundation and AVAS
Grants, Scholarship
Open to individuals, Arcause Clubs, non-profit organisations, educational institutions, and community groups. Participation can be individual or in teams of up to three members
Sustainable Design Becomes a Non-Negotiable in the Middle East and Beyond. Gensler, the world’s largest design firm has published its annual forecast report on global trends across the built environment. The report reveals seven key trends that are shaping the building industry in the Middle East, including the non-negotiable necessity of sustainab...
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Riyadh’s new premier lifestyle center
Two students at Coventry University have created the new interior of Coventry University Group’s India Hub in Delhi.  During their second-year, interior architecture & design students Khadija Modak and Richelee Caldeira both submitted designs for the interior of the Hub before working together on a final design incorporating aspects of both.
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Coventry University
Coventry University