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Comments Off on Podcast 4: The Creation of an Accessible Community Hub
Welcome to the Take a Pew Tearoom at St Michael & All Angels, a 12th century church.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on Fulfilling Building Regulations requirements on a building project
When people are thinking about choosing us as their architect, they understandably have lots of questions. Many of.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on Podcast 3: Extending a Twentieth Century Home to Embrace a Twenty First Century Lifestyle
Our clients, Sophie, Chris and their two children relocated to a beautiful village.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on Podcast 2: Transforming a 1970s House for the Third Age
Our clients relocated from their countryside home into a market town, where they found a 1970s house,.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on How we help clients prepare for the journey of their project
“We found you really easy to work with, very ‘user-friendly’, and the process felt like a.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on What is it like to commission an architect-designed home?
In architecture there is typically a focus on the finished buildings and the architects themselves. However, we.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on What does good client-architect communication look like in a church re-ordering project?
This piece was originally written for a resource kit developed by Hereford Diocese and due for.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on The three elements that sit at the heart of a successful church re-ordering project
I have been fortunate enough to be the lead architect on numerous church.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on Which is more sustainable: refurbishing or rebuilding?
Whether it is more environmentally sustainable to refurbish or rebuild is a question that affects all buildings that need.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on The power and practicalities of participative architecture
Working with communities, as we do when working with church buildings, has unique challenges that are completely different to.. Continue Reading >