The Restaurant installation, during Milan design week inside the Rotonda della Besana consisted of four Dixon-designed kitchens and dining area.

Milan 2016: Designer Tom Dixon explains how the four sculptural kitchens he created for The Restaurant installation in Milan were designed to satisfy “the mini celebrity chef” in people.     The Restaurant installation, which ran during Milan design week inside the Rotonda della Besana deconsecrated church, consisted of four Dixon-designed kitchens and dining areas created for leading […]


Architects of Invention’s CORAL Hotel Design Utilizes Biomimicry to Resemble Coral in Seychelles

Architects of Invention has unveiled their design for the CORAL Hotel, an upscale lifestyle community inSeychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa. Located on the reclaimed portion of the main island of Seychelles, the project will feature professionally serviced apartments, a spa, several restaurants, a clubhouse, a pool, private marina […]


10 BIM things you need to know

Struggling with BIM? You’re not alone, with less than a year until the UK Government’s BIM mandate comes into effect, over 60% of respondents to our BIM survey indicated they need help understanding and implementing BIM. Read this handy infographic providing an overview of what key BIM terms mean and how they relate to each other. […]


BIM News: BIM laser scan of Parliament ordered.

BIM work will help inform £6bn renewal of Palace of Westminster Parliament has ordered a laser scan survey and BIM model of the Palace of Westminster to help inform the £6bn renewal of the famous but badly ageing buildings. The Palace of Westminster is the historic home of both houses of Parliament, but is in […]


Retrofitting of the Old Municipal Market II EB/Architects

A historical building in Agrinio city, the Public Market, has become the city’s reference point and Culture spot of Agrinio and it’s surroundings. The Public Market of the Old Town of Agrinio has become the Public Glyptoteque where several exhibitions of local and other Greek artists  have been hosted. The renovation and reconstruction of the Public Market […]


Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery NY

Astonishingly, this Cuban-born geometric abstractionist recently turned 101 and is still going strong—as these paintings completed over the last two years attest. When Herrera came to New York in 1954, her hard-edge style was out of step with the prevailing Abstract Expressionist aesthetic of the time. She labored in obscurity for decades, working out of […]



Source Client: Network Rail Lead Contractor: Carillion BIM Tools: Revit To open up Leeds station to the recently redeveloped areas to the south of city centre, and relieve passenger congestion at the existing ticket barrier, an additional southern entrance to the station was needed. Due to limited space, and the need to access the existing […]


Collaboration, not elitism, for the future of BIM take-up

“Stephan Jones, Segment Manager of Trimble MEP, examines how best those heading-up the BIM vanguard can help to get other more cynical businesses on-board. Unsurprisingly, it’s collaboration and not elitism that’s the key…” SOURCE “The UK government deadline for BIM Level 2 compliance has arrived, and the construction community is rapidly being divided into the […]


Paying it Forward: 6 Futuristic Projects Sprouting Green Roofs

In steady progression, tiny ecosystems rich with flora and fauna are changing the face of our built environment. From reducing storm water runoff and city dust to energy-efficient cooling, the benefits of green roofing go beyond beautification. In less than a decade, the green roof movement has experienced a major boom—and as costs lower and technology makes installation easier, this […]


BIM Services from EB/Architects

We constantly talk and write about BIM, it’s benefits, it’s secrets and it’s importance. We decided that prior to a few other things that we will present you soon, it would be a good idea to remind you how good at it we already are! Watch this video and get to know us a little bit […]


Clients are missing out 50% of the benefits of BIM

“Many clients think they are getting the best out of BIM, but most are not even scratching the surface. When attending or presenting at the regular BIM conference circuit there are always things to learn and information to be gleaned – but I find some of the most valuable or telling lessons often come from […]


BIM: Why should clients be bothered?

“This blog post was an opinion piece for Constructing Excellence‘s December 2013 e-newsletter. Its author is Benedict Wallbank of SmartBIM Solutions (part of Graphisoft), who has contributed to recent CE and ThinkBIM events (the piece doesn’t seem to be more widely available, but I felt it should be). Ben Wallbank chairs ThinkBIM session in Leeds, […]