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November, 2022

What happens after planning permission has been granted?

What happens after planning permission has been granted? This stage is a vital part of the architectural process. Once we have received planning permission, we can then proceed to the full technical design and ensure that it meets all building […]

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November, 2022

BLOG || How to Maximise Light In Your Home

Increasing the flow of natural light into your home is always a priority with our clients and as architects, we know how to make use of a combination of clever architecture and interior design elements to maximise light. Extensive glazing […]

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October, 2022

BLOG || What are concept designs?

There is no standard response to an architectural project, so we ensure that each of our designs is bespoke and tailored to your brief. However, it is essential that ALL RIBA architects follow a clearly defined process. Stage 0-2 of […]

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October, 2022

BLOG || How architecture can benefit mental health

Mental health is an increasingly important topic. From anxiety to depression, the majority of people will experience some form of mental health problems during their lifetime. We are increasingly looking for ways to switch off from technology and create more […]

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September, 2022

BLOG || Challenges in Rural Architecture

We love being based in the beautiful Cotswolds but there are challenges we face as architects in a rural setting. Listed buildings, conservation areas and the AONB all mean that additional permissions need to be obtained.  With both conservation areas […]

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September, 2022

BLOG || Architectural Trends for Autumn

Autumn has arrived and it’s time to get cosy, take long walks in the beautiful Cotswold countryside and of course the odd outing to our favourite local pubs! It’s also a time when our clients, invariably turn their attention to the colder […]

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