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Architecture firm Snøhetta has revealed plans to build a restaurant in southern Norway that will be partly submerged in the sea to give diners a glimpse below the waves. Described by the practice as "Europe's first underwater restaurant", the building will comprise a rugged concrete box with half o

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British builders rack up 130 hours per year making tea and other hot drinks with 82% of workers arguing that regular ‘tea breaks’ aids productivity, new research has discovered. A survey of UK workers in the construction industry carried out by household appliances retailer AppliancesDirect.co.u

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Barratt Homes is urging its customers to help their prickly neighbours this Bonfire Night with five tips on making gardens into a haven for hedgehogs. The developer, which has joined forces with the RSPB to set a new benchmark in wildlife friendly developments, is encouraging households to watch out

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Companies must get to grips with Artificial Intelligence or face becoming obsolete, according to a new research report. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has launched an insight paper which explores the impact of using artificial intelligence (AI) in the built environment, and the

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An Abertay University student team has turned some of Scotland’s most iconic designs into playable digital puzzles as part of an innovative collaboration with V&A Dundee. The Falkirk Wheel, the Jaguar F-TYPE, and V&A Dundee itself have all been digitally mapped then broken into ‘slices

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Work at a Dublin construction site was temporarily brought to a halt this week after a hitchhiking scorpion scuttled out of a batch of building supplies. The alarm was raised when the unexpected visitor crawled out of a delivery of kitchen sinks – believed to have arrived at the Baggot Street site

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They’ve been derided as dunces for long enough - now the hunt is on to find the UK’s brainiest van driver. Van leasing specialists LeaseVan.co.uk has launched a new contest to rehabilitate the reputation of Britain’s army of van drivers.

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Possible evidence of a medieval Norse parliament meeting place may have been found at an archaeological site in the Highlands, the BBC has reported. A geophysical survey of Thing's Va Broch near Thurso has found "faint features" that may relate to activity associated with the meetings.

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