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Managing garden space with an extension

Building an extension is a decision which requires thought and careful planning. It means managing many different moving parts, budgeting properly and having access to […]

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One storey or two?

Building an extension is a major undertaking. Turning your fantasy into a reality means taking a hard look at your budget and making some important […]

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Global Spotlight: Underground houses

In our global spotlight series, we examine an element of architecture from around the world. Although it might seem as if a building technique is […]

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Choosing building materials: wood versus brick

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How easy is it to combine plots?

Building your own home takes ambition, solid financial planning and dedication. However, the most important quality is arguably vision. It takes a certain kind of […]

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Global Spotlight: Paper Walls

From a European viewpoint, paper walls make zero sense. Although our climate is capable of being warm and mild, it is also inhospitable in the […]

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How much of a design can you build yourself?

The first and arguably most important stage of building an extension (or even an entire home) is the meeting you have with your architect. It’s […]

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Evolving Building Materials

Many of the first buildings in the UK were constructed with wattle and daub, a mixture of soil, dung, sand and straw. Most homes nowadays […]

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The speed of construction

Building projects can be complex and full of moving parts. Materials need to be in the right place at the right time, and properly cared […]

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Maximising light in old properties

Britain is a country older than most, and our long history has left us with a visible legacy. The architecture of this country is a […]

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