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Two daring Dundonians took having fun in the sun to new heights yesterday by using scaffolding outside a block of flats as a makeshift balcony. The duo decided to make use of the structure at the front of a top-floor Morgan Street flat, three storeys up, by apparently climbing out of the window to b

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Prince Albert Memorial Keep 1862 - Copyright courtesy of Historic Environment Scotland An impressive Prince Albert Memorial Keep at Edinburgh Castle and a cylindrical-shaped Sean Connery Filmhouse are amongst a collection of unrealised architectural drawings to have gone on display together for the

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https://youtu.be/WFleSzODnBM Architecture firm MVRDV has used a pioneering glass technology 'stronger than concrete' to replace the brick facade of a high-end retail outlet located in a former Amsterdam townhouse.

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Planners in London have effectively ruled students don’t require the same levels of daylight as the rest of the population, as The Huffington Post UK reports. Officials from Brent Council say student accommodation is “less sensitive” to light than other residences.

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A 168-square-foot house complete with a small grassy garden, granite countertops, a solar panel on the roof to power the door chime and lights, has been constructed using boxes of Huggies. U.S. non-profit organisation HomeAid Orange County held its second annual Builders for Babies event, a campaign

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After a long running battle between owners and town planners came to an end, Greenock’s yellow house is being repainted, according to The Scotsman. The property on the Esplanade was the subject of many complaints after owner’s decided to paint their house lemon.

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The man formerly responsible for planning Berlin’s much-delayed international airport has claimed the air hub will never open, after a series of failures have left city authorities red faced. Talking to the Berliner Morgenpost, Dieter Faulenbach da Costa, who was responsible for planning the proje

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Hundreds of homes in Cumbria will be heated using biogas produced from the cheese-making process from next month. A government-backed green energy plant in the area will start producing gas from cheddar manufacturing waste, The Telegraph reports.

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