DLA Completes New post-Covid Hybrid Workspace

DLA Architecture has completed the radical interior design project for the new 70,000 ft² headquarters of Home Group in Newcastle. Home Group is one of the UK’s largest providers of housing, health and care, employing nearly 3,000 colleagues. With a... View Article

Designed-in air quality

The new Part F raises the bar for domestic ventilation, given the need to ensure air quality in more efficient house constructions. Lee Caulfield from Titon explains further Ventilation plays vital role for ensuring occupants’ health within a home, and... View Article

An estate of renewal

  A multi-phase regeneration project in Barking, east London, will see a notorious estate replaced by a highly considered development with a renewed sense of quality and space, by White Arkitekter. The firm’s Linda Thiel took James Parker through two... View Article

An estate of renewal

LISTEN HERE A multi-phase regeneration project in Barking, east London, will see a notorious estate replaced by a highly considered development with a renewed sense of quality and space, by White Arkitekter. The firm’s Linda Thiel took James Parker through... View Article

Going the extra mile for retirement living

LISTEN HERE Creating suitable new retirement homes offering the ‘extras’ has never been more essential, says McCarthy Stone, who spoke to Housebuilder & Developer’s Roseanne Field about a high-profile recent example in the West Midlands. There’s little need to reiterate... View Article

Generating collaboration

The team behind a sensitive restoration in Bristol speak to ADF’s Tom Boddy about how they made the most of historic Victorian infrastructure to support workspace wellbeing and collaboration on a desirable riverside site The historic Grade II Listed Generator... View Article

Generating collaboration

LISTEN HERE The team behind a sensitive restoration in Bristol speak to ADF’s Tom Boddy about how they made the most of historic Victorian infrastructure to support workspace wellbeing and collaboration on a desirable riverside site The historic Grade II... View Article

Sheffield steel

Kitchen thieves, a collapsing roof, and then a pandemic would be enough to make anyone throw in the towel on a renovation project, but Suzanne and David Williamson are made of sterner stuff TEXT & IMAGES HEATHER DIXON The Williamsons... View Article

Best of both worlds

Dealing with planners can be a frustrating business, but to modernise a substantial Victorian building in Devon, Geoff Hall also had to negotiate heritage surveyors, ecologists, conservationists and archaeologists TEXT EWEN MACDONALD IMAGES CO CREATE ARCHITECTS A ramshackle 19th century home... View Article

Converted to Class Q

For Kat & Tris Baxter-Smith, the challenge of converting an agricultural barn on the farm belonging to Tris’ family – to his own design – became a lesson in the pros and cons of Class Q permitted development  TEXT ROSEANNE... View Article

Fit for purpose

LISTEN HERE During their long saga to build a home with stables on an exposed site on the west coast of Scotland, David and Louisa Wallace discovered that bigger isn’t necessarily better when they had to edit their plans down... View Article

Open to new ideas

Breaking the mould as a highly flexible coworking space open to the whole of Cambridge University, Jestico + Whiles’ socially-focused building helps present a more public face while supporting new collaborations Although only a couple of miles from the heart... View Article

Open to new ideas

LISTEN HERE Breaking the mould as a highly flexible coworking space open to the whole of Cambridge University, Jestico + Whiles’ socially-focused building helps present a more public face while supporting new collaborations Although only a couple of miles from... View Article