Posts by: Paul

Designing a nursery and exploring acoustics for a village school

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Designing a nursery and exploring acoustics for a village school

TAS Architects has been working on a sketch design for a new nursery and multi-use space in the grounds of a village school. The school is lucky to benefit from a forest school area, ecological pond and running track, which are all important elements to consider in the design development.

We were asked to create a design for a nursery to accommodate 20...

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Tags: Design

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Resolution to grant planning: Dickens Square Park Surgery, Southwark

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Resolution to grant planning: Dickens Square Park Surgery, Southwark

We’re thrilled to have successfully secured a resolution to grant planning permission for a new sustainable development at Dickens Square Park Surgery, Southwark, comprising a new 1,000 m2 medical centre and 39 new homes.

The development will provide a mix of 1-, 2- and 3-bed...

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Tags: Design, Planning

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Woodside Mews wins RIBAJ ‘Best on Show’ vote

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Woodside Mews wins RIBAJ ‘Best on Show’ vote

A huge thank you to everyone who voted in the RIBA Journal ‘Best On Show’ poll. We’re delighted that Woodside Mews has won the East region vote!

Check out more photos of the project page, and the full RIBAJ article...

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Tags: Awards, Finished Projects, In The Media

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Planning permission granted: Surbiton Road

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Planning permission granted: Surbiton Road

On its way! We’re thrilled that this mixed-use scheme on Surbiton Road has been granted planning permission.

Behind the listed façade, the existing buildings will be partially demolished to make way for nine residential units with flexible retail and coworking space on the ground floor. Roof gardens will top off the four storeys and a communal courtyard...

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Architects’ fees explained

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Architects’ fees explained

Once you’ve relayed the details of your project, hopes and goals to an architect, next comes the fee proposal. Architects’ fees depend very much on the scope of the work and the involvement you wish the architect to have – do you want them to only create the design, oversee the planning process or take the project through detailed design to on...

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Tags: Architectural process, Profession

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Loxley Stables shortlisted for the Brick Awards 2019!

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Loxley Stables shortlisted for the Brick Awards 2019!

We’re chuffed that Loxley Stables has been shortlisted for the Brick Awards 2019, in the Small Housing Development category! These three timber frame houses feature York Handmade Brick Co Ltd bricks at ground floor level, with some lovely details including a climbing wall and concealed sliding door openings. Expertly built by Thompson Build and Developments,...

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Tags: Awards, Finished Projects

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