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Women in Property appoints architect Rachel Bell as new national chair Architect Rachel Bell, director at Stride Treglown, has been announced as the new national chair for Women in Property (WiP) for 2021–22. Bell has been a member of WiP for 15 years and was previously South West branch chair. She will hold the role until 28 February 2022. womeninproperty.org.uk


Forbo refreshes Tessera Create Space 1 collection Forbo Flooring Systems has relaunched its Tessera Create Space 1 collection of commercial carpet tiles with an updated palette of 18 colours, 11 of them new, inspired by semi-precious stones including Jadeite, Lazulite, Garnet and Citrine. The range has 75%-


recycled content by weight, including ECONYL nylon made entirely from


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London’s National


Gallery invites applications for major upgrade ahead of its bicentennial


London’s National Gallery has announced a planned major upgrade ahead of its bicentenary celebrations in 2024. The first phase will include works to the Trafalgar Square buildings, focused on improving the ‘welcome’ for its visitors. The National Gallery is inviting open, international applications for an architect- led multidisciplinary team to carry out the work. The brief calls for sensitive interventions to the Grade-I listed Sainsbury Wing, including reconfiguration of the ground floor entrance and improvements to visitor amenities. The team will also be responsible for reimagining the public realm outside the Sainsbury Wing and along the northern edge of Trafalgar Square, to attract visitors and to ‘improve the presence of the building in its context’.


A new research centre will be


created as the Gallery pursues the status of a world leader in research into historic painting, and strengthens the role it takes in studies into art history, digital humanities, conservation and heritage science.


Under the banner of NG200, the celebrations will comprise exhibitions as well as ‘outreach around the country and around the world’. The initial stage of works will provide the improved welcome for these celebrations. The two-stage process will comprise


registering interest before a shortlist of five teams is announced. No design work will be required during the selection, and expenses will be paid to the shortlisted teams. The final appointment will be made in July 2021. nationalgallery.org.uk


Flokk releases HÅG Capisco Puls chairs made from recycled snowplough markers


Norwegian brand HÅG, part of the Flokk Group, has released a limited run of one of its key designs, the Capisco Puls chair designed by Peter Opsvik, but made from a post-consumer repurposed ‘uniquely Nordic’ product: snowplough markers. As part of ongoing research


with Nordic research institute SINTEF, aiming to expand the brand’s portfolio of circular design products, the snowplough markers were identified as a source of recycled material close to the manufacturer. The mixed luminous plastics


of the snow markers have been recycled into an auburn colour for this line of chairs. Each one will be supplied with an edition number and certificate. flokk.com


regenerated post-consumer and post-industrial waste. Like other Forbo products, Create Space 1 is manufactured using 100%-renewable energy, and achieves a BREEAM rating of A or A+. Its low-level loop pile is suitable for all commercial applications, and has a sound reduction value of 25dB, Class 33 durability and is supplied with a 10-year guarantee. forbo-flooring.co.uk/createspace1


London School of Architecture announces Neal Shasore as new head The London School of Architecture (LSA) has announced Neal Shasore as new head of school and CEO, succeeding founder and CEO Will Hunter. Shasore has held posts at RIBA, the University of Westminster and the Royal College of Art, and holds several trusteeships. Crispin Kelly, chair of the Board of Trustees said, ‘Neal will build on the work of its founder Will Hunter, and has a compelling vision for an architectural education and practice that enthusiastically tackles the challenge of a future that is sustainable, diverse and equitable. His vision for the future of the school, its pedagogical ambitions and wider engagement were considered outstanding.’ the-lsa.org


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