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Last edited 30 Jan 2012
Designing Buildings Wiki reaches 300 pages
Designing Buildings Wiki, the new online information source now has more than 300 pages of content. Written by experts and available for free, this represents a major achievement and a great first step in helping bring together a fragmented industry.
This is just the start, as it says on every page 'If you don't see it, add it - if you don't like it, change it.'
Next landmark - 400 pages.
Featured articles and news
These post-WWII modular buildings were unpopular, yet ubiquitous.
What's the verdict from the court of public opinion?
Shift to home-based work influences closed plan preferences.
An overview of the current state of the market.
Organisation offers best practices for construction and modification.
Heritage on the edge?
Prioritising tax considerations.
The four D creative process: discover, define, develop and deliver.
National Cyber Security Centre initiative is announced.
Reviewing trends and projections.
Legislation will establish initiatives to move towards net zero.
How to document contractor employment status.
Tech tools to help manage people and space post-pandemic.
A style that ranges from mock Tudor to arts and crafts to the 'Wrenaissance'.