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Orangery

Resurrecting Orangeries

The type of conservatory often seen in the UK was made popular during the 1970s, when designers and architects adopted old Victorian ideas and came […]

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Builder and scaffold

Finding the right builder

We already touched on what role an architect can play in your chosen build, from coordinating with contractors and quantity surveyors, keeping the project running […]

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Old lean to

Lifespan of a lean-to

For many homeowners, the prospect of an extension can seem daunting or expensive. Instead, they opt to install a lean-to. In essence, this is an […]

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Architect at work

Why Employ an Architect?

When it comes to building, whether it’s an extension onto an existing property, a new home or office, it pays to use professionals. An architect […]

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The Role of a Quantity Surveyor

When doing any kind of building work on your property, whether it’s adding an extension or building an entirely new home, you’ll need a variety […]

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James Bond 25 Movie preview party

Following our very successful James Bond 25 movie preview themed party on Saturday 1st September, KJ Architects would like to acknowledge and thank the following […]

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Shrinking greenbelt or misleading statistic?

The UK faces a conundrum that grows more pressing with each passing year. Population growth, speculative investment, poor public transport links, and regional decline have […]

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Simplicity vs complexity in design

Architecture craves imagination. When presented with a complex problem to overcome, an architect will always be tempted to create a solution to match it. However, […]

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Using nature to overcome homogeneity

According to RIBA, as much as 75% of the population don’t ever want to buy a new build home. The issue is a complex one, […]

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Connecting different levels

According to academic Don Norman, there are three emotional levels which people use to appreciate design: visceral, behavioural, and reflective. His notions are broad, referring […]

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