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Putney Chapel shortlisted for South London RIBA Regional Awards 2020

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We are very pleased to announce that Putney Chapel has been shortlisted for the South London RIBA Regional Awards 2020! The locally-listed yet derelict Gothic Revival chapel is surrounded by a common and historic cemetery; conversion to a dwelling was the only viable means of saving it. Over five years, the whole fabric and its […]

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Highfield Park Visitor Centre wins the RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 in the Land and Rural Category!

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We’re very excited to announce that Highfield Park Visitor Centre won the RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 in the Land and Rural Category! Highfield Park Visitor Centre is a new purpose-built visitor centre supporting the Highfield Park Trust’s expanding activities. A new low-key barn style building sits within the hedged perimeter of the previous maintenance […]

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Celebrating our 40th birthday this 1st of May

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There are certain events that change the course of one’s life. It is these events that we remember in detail and that continue to excite our minds, informing our thoughts and actions today. It was during a journey to west Wales when Roger and his wife discovered an abandoned watermill in a remote valley. Covered […]

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Putney Chapel finalist for ASBP awards

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We are very pleased to announce that Putney Chapel is a finalist for the ASBP sustainability awards. Our aim was to save the derelict building by providing an imaginative re-use as a dwelling annexe to the nearby cemetery lodge. We were also able to capitalize on the embodied carbon of the existing building which had […]

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Highfield Park Visitor Centre receives Commendation for St Albans Civic Society Awards 2018 in the Community Project Category

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This simple building for the Highfield Park Trust, built on the site of an old storage compound replaces and supplements facilities used in the original West Lodge nearby. lt now provides a vital hub and a more appropriate base for the Trust’s activities and as a venue for visitors, and local organisations.The generous entrance porch […]

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Sarah Khan talks to Primary School children about Tudor Architecture

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Passing our passion for Architecture to the New Generation! Our Practice Partner Sarah Khan visited Springfield Primary School to talk to year 4 students about how to recognise Tudor architecture and the different materials used at that time. She had a lovely time explaining Tudor Features to the children, with the help of local landmarks. […]

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