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Case Studies

View some of the most recent projects that KJ Architects have completed for a range of different clients. From listed buildings and offices to care homes and restaurants, KJ Architects provide expert architectural services whatever the build. To discuss your next project and the expertise that we can offer to you, get in touch with a member of our team today online or by calling 01638 662393.

Industrial Project – 15 Industrial Units, Burwell

Location: Burwell, Cambridgeshire Comprising of 15 new industrial units which we have now received Planning consent and Building regulation approval. Our brief was to design […]

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Concrete, why is it so common?

Concrete is an extremely popular building material that has been around since 6500 BC. Today it is used to make steps, pavements – even entire […]

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The costs of building a conservatory

Conservatories can be a great addition to your home if you want some extra space or to add value to the property. But make sure […]

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Sourcing materials

No matter what project you are working on, sourcing materials will be a large factor. After all, the quality of the completed project will be […]

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Reducing carbon emissions, during construction and after

All construction work emits CO2 in various ways. It is released when transporting materials, using equipment, and disposing of waste. Even after construction the building […]

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How does environment influence architecture?

So often we disregard the environment when thinking of construction, we fell trees, level ground etc. In other words, the environment changes because of architecture. […]

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Milan’s vertical forest

In a world of increasing need for public housing, land clearing in the UK is at an all time high, resulting in an ever decreasing […]

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Insulation around your home

Insulating your home keeps its warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It is a must, especially when trying to cut down on […]

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Architecture innovations that could shape the future

Innovation is key when it comes to architecture, and here at KJ Architects we like to think outside of the box during the architectural design […]

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Accessibility and architectural design: Creating spaces that meet the needs of everyone, including disabled people

The term ‘universal design’ in architecture means that the structure created meets the needs of a wide variety of people, no matter their age, or […]

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