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The Future Windows

With the average UK home losing 25%-30% of its heat through the windows, installing energy-efficient windows can help to lower your energy bills while also


How to save money on the heating bill

Rising energy prices Energy prices in Europe have risen significantly, including electricity and gas prices. It can be felt both by private consumers and companies.

Leon House, London

The Challange The architects, Collado Collins, had the challenging task of converting an existing uninsulated monolithic concrete, 22 storey building from 1970, known as Leon


Climate Innovation District

For the first time in 90 years new houses are being built in Leeds city centre – and the Climate Innovation District is setting new


GreenGate, Manchester

GreenGate in Salford, Manchester by Renaker is two towers of high specification apartments and townhouses. Residents can enjoy 24/7 concierge, gym, and residents lounge and communal


Smith’s Dock, North Shields

UrbanSplash and Places or People have joined forces and created a unique place to live on the old Smith’s Dock, North Shields. The factory fitted


Nation I – Inward opening

Nation was developed in close collaboration with the city architect in Copenhagen, who lacked a modern alternative for replacement of the original windows in the

Frame I – Inward opening

Frame I is the inward opening addition to Denmark’s first original frame / sash timber aluclad window, CombiFrame, which was developed as a maintenance-free and

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