Category: Technology

The changing face of modern architecture

Posted on: June 29, 2020

After the first world war there was a move to try something new in architecture. The old ways of empire such as Doric and Ionic columns were becoming outdated and it was time for a change. The Art Deco movement was the first to gain some traction. It featured a move towards windows at the front and a rounded frontage. Rather than show the brick work a rendering of cement was blasted onto the front…

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How to Start Recycling

Posted on: May 29, 2020

We are all aware now of the effect that pollution and waste is having on our planet. From social media to our televisions, it is everywhere. During the Covid-19 lockdowns, all across the world, wildlife is getting the chance to flourish and reclaim waterways and land, due to the lack of human intervention. This video shows jellyfish swimming through the now clear waters of the Venice canals. It shows us all the impact that we…

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What is a Brise Soleil?

Posted on: May 13, 2020

A Brise Soleil such as the ones available from are a form of solar shading that uses horizontal and vertical blades from differing materials such as aluminium and wood to alter the amount of sunlight that enters a building. They are particularly useful for buildings that have a large amount of glass in them that become suntraps during the summer months. Employees can struggle in extremes of heat and it can even lead to…

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Why your website must be mobile friendly

Why Your Website Must Be Mobile Friendly

Posted on: September 25, 2019

As mobile phones have become more sophisticated they’ve taken on more functions. No longer just for phone calls and text messages many people now run much of their lives via their mobile, using it as diary, camera, address book, entertainment centre and more. And of course they’re used to access the internet. According to the UK’s telecoms watchdog Ofcom smartphones have now replaced laptops as the nation’s most popular device for accessing the web. What…

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