Two new schools of architecture & planning to come up-The Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Two new Schools of Planning and Architecture would come up in Bhopal and Vijayawada at a cost of over Rs 348 crore, with the government on Thursday giving its formal approval to the proposal.

SOURCE: Economic Times – Two new schools of architecture & planning to come up- Education-Services-News By Industry-News-The Economic Times.

Building costs a headache for Asia investors

Property investors in Asia are worried that soaring construction costs are squeezing profit margins, and see little respite as a Chinese iron ore supply deal this week signals more steel price hikes.

SOURCE: Reuters –  Building costs a headache for Asia investors |

Building costs a headache for Asia investors

Property investors in Asia are worried that soaring construction costs are squeezing profit margins, and see little respite as a Chinese iron ore supply deal this week signals more steel price hikes.

SOURCE: Reuters –  Building costs a headache for Asia investors |

Sensory garden for pupils – Liverpool Echo.co.uk

A SENSORY garden for pupils with learning difficulties was being opened today by Liverpool’s Lord Mayor.

Cllr Steve Rotheram was visiting Redbridge School, Fazakerley, to view the garden, which is designed to stimulate the senses.

The garden was developed alongside the Liverpool’s Youth Offending Service in Liverpool, which brought a team of young people on reparation orders to work under the guidance of a landscape architect.

Cllr Rotheram said: “This is a wonderful school which always strives to give pupils the best learning experience possible.

SOURCE: Liverpool Echo.co.uk – Sensory garden for pupils 

The public lend a hand at the launch of the London Festival of Architecture

The public lend a hand at the launch of the London Festival of Architecture

Foster + Partners successfully built a conical structure, interwoven with fabric panels hand-printed by the public to kick off the Kensington and Chelsea hub of the London Festival of Architecture on 21 June. A focal point of the Exhibition Road Festival, the tensile structure was hauled into place with a tug-of-war rope by the public at 2pm. More than 4,000 visitors walked through the ten metre-high structure in the afternoon and enjoyed its sound installation by Bill Fontana. Overall turnout on the day was high – more than 30,000 visitors were reported at the event.

SOURCE: Foster + Partners.

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