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FAÇADE2017 winners
FAÇADE2017 winners "diverse and remarkable", says SFE board member
A trio of British leisure facilities have been honoured in the Façade2017 awards.
Brdr. Krüger to exhibit at IMM Cologne
Brdr. Krüger to exhibit at IMM Cologne
Danish furniture company Brdr. Krüger will showcase a range of new and existing pieces at international interiors show, IMM Cologne.

Ma Yansong debuts out of this world furniture collection
Ma Yansong debuts out of this world furniture collection
Curation-led design gallery Gallery ALL debuted the MAD Martian Collection at Design Miami.

  Design specifier

Moss Trend expands into spa market
Moss Trend expands into spa market
With a long history in creating decorative materials for interior designers and stage scenography, Italy-based Moss Trend has now ventured into public spaces, including spas.


  Leisure jobs
 
Leisure Contract Manager
Salary: Competitive Salary & Benefits
Location: Stevenage, UK
Company: Stevenage Leisure Limited


Recreation Assistant
Location: Kettering, UK
Company: Legacy Leisure
Swimming Instructor
Location: Kettering, UK
Company: Legacy Leisure
Duty Manager
Location: Kettering, UK
Company: Legacy Leisure
Hydrothermal Spa Designer
Salary: c £40,000
Location: London, UK
Company: Design for Leisure Ltd
Chief Operations Manager
Salary: £40,624 per annum
Location: Huntingdonshire District, UK
Company: Huntingdonshire District Council
Sports Activity Officer
Salary: £20,653 per annum
Location: Huntingdonshire District, UK
Company: Huntingdonshire District Council
Physical Activity Officers
Salary: £20,653 per annum
Location: Huntingdonshire District, UK
Company: Huntingdonshire District Council
Membership Manager
Salary: Competitive Salary & Benefits
Location: Coventry, UK
Company: Coventry Sports Foundation
Leisure Assistant
Salary: £ 19,305 - £ 22,876
Location: Leicester, UK
Company: De Montfort University


  Property & tenders
 
Exploring interest from specialist organisations in the operation, management and development of Belfast Zoo
Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland
Company: Belfast Zoo
Provision and operation of a Public Cycle Hire Scheme
Location: Stratford-upon-Avon
Company: Stratford-on-Avon District Council
Recreational Land for Development of Sporting Activities
Location:
Company: Gravesham Borough Council
Major UK Visitor Attraction for sale
Location:
Company: GVA
A Historic Opportunity - Hastings Castle
Location: Hastings
Company: GVA
  News in brief
Anything but predictable: Everton's new stadium will 'break the mould' argues chief executive   Anything but predictable: Everton's new stadium will 'break the mould' argues chief executive

By Kim Megson

The new stadium of English Premier League football side Everton will “break the mould”, according to chief executive Robert Elstone, who pledged the club will ensure its new home is not “predictable and formulaic” like other recently-built grounds. Everton’s long-running quest to build a modern stadium took a .... more>>
Santiago Calatrava and Frank Gehry tipped for Hudson Yards second phase   Santiago Calatrava and Frank Gehry tipped for Hudson Yards second phase

By Kim Megson

Frank Gehry and Santiago Calatrava could be the next high-profile architects to win projects for New York’s Hudson Yards mega-development, according to The Wall Street Journal. The newspaper reports that “a person familiar with the matter” has claimed the pair will work on projects in the Western Yard – .... more>>

Stirling Prize-winning Hastings Pier up for sale
Stirling Prize-winning Hastings Pier up for sale   By Kim Megson

The RIBA Stirling Prize-winning Hastings Pier, designed by architecture studio dRMM, has been put up for sale. Property agent GVA has been instructed to offer the iconic structure to .... more>>
Mallorcan monastery hotel adds nature-focused spa
Mallorcan monastery hotel adds nature-focused spa   By Jane Kitchen

A family-owned hotel set in a monastery dating back to the 12th century is getting a new spa this March. Son Brull, located on the Spanish island of Mallorca, will add a 350sq m spa with .... more>>
Bon Appétit: Snøhetta unveil The French Laundry’s kitchen and courtyard re-design
Bon Appétit: Snøhetta unveil The French Laundry’s kitchen and courtyard re-design   By Kim Megson

International architects Snøhetta have unveiled their kitchen extension and garden redesign for the world-renowned restaurant The French Laundry, in Yountville, California. The .... more>>
Rem Koolhaas and OMA reveal renovation plans for Russia's largest museum
Rem Koolhaas and OMA reveal renovation plans for Russia's largest museum   By Kim Megson

Rem Koolhaas and OMA’s plans to renovate the largest museum building in Russia have been unveiled. The New Tretyakov Gallery houses an extensive and important collection of Russian art, .... more>>
Scotland’s Kohler Waters Spa reopens after multi-million pound renovation
Scotland’s Kohler Waters Spa reopens after multi-million pound renovation   By Jane Kitchen

Kohler Waters Spa at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, Scotland has reopened following an extensive multi-million refurbishment. The 25,000sq ft (2,300sq m) spa is the only Kohler Waters .... more>>
UK's longest treetop walkway wins planning permission
UK's longest treetop walkway wins planning permission   By Kim Megson

Architects Cullinan Studio and multidisciplinary firm Arup have received planning permission for the UK’s longest aerial walkway: a 400m-long (1,312ft) ribbon “floating through the treetops” .... more>>
World's tallest timber skyscraper planned for Tokyo, as design team pledged to 'transform cities into forests'
World's tallest timber skyscraper planned for Tokyo, as design team pledged to 'transform cities into forests'   By Kim Megson

Japanese architecture giants Nikken Sekkei have partnered with construction firm Sumitomo Forest to create the world’s tallest wooden skyscraper, which they hope will inspire the .... more>>
Luton Town chief calls delays to stadium decision ‘unfathomable’
Luton Town chief calls delays to stadium decision ‘unfathomable’   By Tom Walker

Gary Sweet, CEO of League Two side Luton Town FC (LTFC), has branded delays in a decision over the club’s proposed stadium “unfathomable”. The club submitted a planning application for the .... more>>
Revealed: Paris's historic Grand Palais set for major transformation
Revealed: Paris's historic Grand Palais set for major transformation   By Kim Megson

The French government has unveiled an ambitious plan to renovate Paris’s landmark Grand Palais and create a cultural boulevard linking the historic site with the Champs Elysees and the River .... more>>
Cloak and dagger in New York as David Adjaye's spy museum prepares for public launch
Cloak and dagger in New York as David Adjaye's spy museum prepares for public launch   By Kim Megson

An interactive museum dedicated to the art of spycraft, designed by the studio of David Adjaye, opens in New York tomorrow (16 February) – “empowering visitors to seek the truth, form their .... more>>

  Features

Design spotlight

Architecture & Design:
Design spotlight


We showcase a selection of eye-catching gyms and fitness spaces from around the world, with projects in Taiwan, Russia, the UK and the US
Grand designs

Museums:
Grand designs


The wow factor: when the world’s big-hitting architects meet big-budget cultural institutions
The power of landscape architecture

Editor’s Letter:
The power of landscape architecture


Landscape architecture demands greater respect says Liz Terry
Professor Jason Pomeroy, Pomeroy Studio

Green Developments:
Professor Jason Pomeroy, Pomeroy Studio


A leading architect explains how green buildings can positively effect their surroundings
Michael Pawly

Movers & Shakers:
Michael Pawly


Biomimicry expert Pawlyn explains why architecture and biology make good bedfellows
Multi story

Architects & Fiction:
Multi story


Delve into the world of architectural fiction as architects learn to tell (more literal) stories
Ruben Reddy founder Ruben Reddy Architects

CLAD people:
Ruben Reddy founder Ruben Reddy Architects


Why don't architects design more temporary sporting facilities?
 
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  Company profile

THALION Laboratories

For more than 25 years, THALION Laboratories has developed its unique expertise of being a harvester-producer. The family-owned company is managed by CEO André Prigent, known for his knowledge in the beauty and professional cosmetics sector.

THALION offers face, body, men and thalasso products and protocols, together with a full range of spa and retail products, including THALISENS, an innovative spa ritual concept.
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