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Construction training provider Able Skills, which readers may remember created an infographic highlighting how eight of the world’s most amazing structures were built, has now released a photographic infographic that highlights 25 of the world's most iconic sporting stadiums. Featuring ancient str

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Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund, the star of previous hits such as 'Dachshund Fire Drill' and 'Crusoe Kills A Zombie' is up to his old tricks, dressing up and looking cute. This time he's a construction worker, making sure the roadworks are carried out safely and efficiently.

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An architecture firm has unveiled a new bar in London's Borough Market which gets you drunk without drinking. Named Alcoholic Architecture, the bar from Bompas & Parr is defined by its signature cocktail: an aerosolized cloud of alcohol that patrons start breathing as soon as they walk through t

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A 150-metre long comic book strip has been unveiled at BAM Construction’s site hoardings at the V&A Museum of Design Dundee. Comic illustrator Will Morris and graphic designer David Mackenzie were commissioned to design the giant comic strip. Called Adventures in Design, it tells the story of

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Buro Happold and bblur architecture have won planning approval to create Europe’s tallest and longest slide from the platforms of Anish Kapoor’s Orbit sculpture. The landmark was nicknamed the helter skelter by the public when it was built at the Olympic park for the London 2012 Games.

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Construction workers have pipped medical and hospitality staff to the title of most hygienic profession after a new survey revealed they take an average of 14 showers per week. The poll into how often Britons shower revealed that education and IT workers are most likely to neglect their hygiene.

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Rafael Viñoly's Walkie Talkie skyscraper in London has once again become a subject of controversy, following reports that its curved facade is channelling gusts of wind strong enough to knock people over. Two years after being blamed for reflecting a beam of light intense enough to melt cars, the 2

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Anti-social late night revellers and vagrants caught short in San Francisco may be in for a shock. The Daily Mail reports the city is testing a new anti-urine repellent paint that ‘bounces back’ the urine of anyone who relieves himself over it.

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A chance discovery during recent utility works in Aberdeen city centre has led archaeologists to the highly significant find of a long-lost medieval friary. 30 skeletons have been uncovered in the Schoolhill area in what is believed to be the burial ground of a thirteenth-century Blackfriar (or Domi

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Architect Zaha Hadid has teamed up with musician Pharrell Williams to design a pair of trainers as part of the singer’s collection for Adidas. Hadid's designs feature on the moulded rubber Shelltoe that caps the front of a pair from Williams’ Supershell Shoes range.

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A property developer who demolished an historic pub without permission has been ordered to rebuild it brick by brick. Wandsworth Council rejected an application by Udhyam Amin for retrospective planning permission for demolition of the Alchemist pub in St John’s Hill, Battersea.

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A 400-metre-long pedestrian bridge described as the “world’s first crowdfunded public infrastructure project” has opened in Rotterdam. Named Luchtsingel, which means "air canal", the structure runs through a building and across roads and railways to connect three previously disconnected areas

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