Season’s Greetings

Wrapping up 2018 as we complete a year full of new challenges, company growth, fruitful partnerships and great achievements. From us all at Define, we thank you for ‘hanging’ out

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Define Engineers’ new office @ Here East – London’s home for making

We are very excited to announce that our team has moved to a new location in East London. Our new office is part of the The Trampery on the Gantry

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Gravity No 2

The team at Define rely on state-of-the-art engineering methods to determine the behavior of the 1.5 tonne car pendulum as it swings around, a simulation called Non-linear Transient Dynamic FE

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Gravity

Two sheets of thin glass elegantly bonded to stainless-steel edge strips are suspended from a tripod structure which holds the swinging car tantalizingly close over a podium. The glass sheets are

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Welcome a new team member!

Having the right team players who share the company philosophy and passion is a huge part of Define’s ethos. And it is vital to succeeding in what we do. We

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Pushing the limits of glass application with ‘Gravity’

Each year Glasstec, the world’s leading trade fair for glass, presents concepts that push the industry forward. For 2018’s edition, Define Engineers, Carpenter | Lowings and Seele collaborate to showcase

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The future is bright!

Congratulations to Vladimir Marinov on his first day as a guest lecturer at Imperial College London. His appointment has been formalised after having taught for a number of years on

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Define at the World Architecture Festival 2017

Define Engineers’ co-founder will be attending the World Architecture Festival in Berlin this week. We look forward to this year showcase of excellent architecture and to meeting our partners and

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Define Engineers at 4th Etem Conference

Our directors Vladimir Marinov and Andrey Pavlov were invited at the bi-annual facade conference in Sofia where Vlad gave a keynote speech. He spoke alongside fellow colleagues from the architectural

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Expanding horizons at the Cambridge University Engineered Skins 2017

Our friends and partners at the Glass and Facade Technology Research Group have invited us to share their achievements for the past 12 months at the annual event held in

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