The World's Most Amazing Steel Buildings

The World's Most Amazing Steel Buildings

Monday, 14th of April 2014

Steel is one of the most versatile and commonly used materials on Earth, with a huge range of uses and properties. To that extent, it is used in a selection of amazing steel buildings and structures (you can see some of those here). In this post, we’re going

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5 Very Different Types Of Metal Sculptures

5 Very Different Types Of Metal Sculptures

Tuesday, 25th of March 2014

Metal is a very broad term which a large amount of elements fall under; some are strong and sturdy, others soft and porous and two are even liquid, at room temperature. There are a great many metals, and almost countless alloys, all of which can be put to

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How To Build Wire Mesh Fencing

How To Build Wire Mesh Fencing

Monday, 17th of March 2014

Wire mesh fencing is one of the most practical and useful ways to enclose a space, whether it’s in your garden or in a work environment. It may not look as good as other fences, but it is strong and long lasting to make it a good choice for those looking

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Five Famous Aluminium Buildings Around The World

Five Famous Aluminium Buildings Around The World

Thursday, 6th of February 2014

Nearly a year ago, back in March 2013, we presented some of the world’s most famous buildings that are made using steel. To date, it’s been one of our most popular posts with people fascinated to see if they can name them all.

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How Aluminium Has Shaped the World
How Aluminium Has Shaped the World
Thursday, 30th of May 2013

The Aluminium Federation has just celebrated its 50th anniversary and as a little celebration, they put together a list of fifty ways aluminium has changed the world for a better. It’s something we take for granted but it has allowed us to develop at a staggering

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Five Famous Steel Buildings
Five Famous Steel Buildings
Tuesday, 5th of March 2013

Steel is a staple material in construction, and it rose dramatically in popularity through the end of the nineteenth and into the early 20th century, allowing architects to build higher thanks to the strength of steel and ease at which it can be fabricated.

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