Tender out: Our playful fit out project for Age UK I Vita Architecture – Good to see this one progressing for the amazing charity Age UK in Brixton. This is one of the most playful fit outs we've ever been evolved in and we're really excited to see it come onto site!
Start on Site: Glass and timber extension in Ealing I Vita Architecture – Great news for our private house in Ealing last week as we started on site with Rea construction for this significant extension and remodelling of an existing property in the City.
Office Summer Day out - Brighton Seafishing – Thanks to the guys at Seabreeze, Brighton for taking us out for a day away from all architecture and deep into the sea!
We're featured in Design Boom and Archello – Thanks to both Design boom and Archello this month for featuring out Swissland Hills project! A few more appearances for this project coming up so stay tuned!
How design inspired these five dental clinics – Of late, we've been featured again in the dental economics journal. Check out our article below or on the following link. Dentists love to see each other's offices and operatories, often to admire, other times to get ideas for their own office redesign. Check out these unique ops.
Our private house project in Waterlow Road in Reigate starts on site in June – It's one we started pre-covid, but it's great to say that we've signed building contracts at our project on Waterlow Road in Reigate!
Stylish dental office reception areas from around the world – Thinking about a reception redo? Designing an inviting reception area is not as simple as hiring a builder and moving in some nice furniture. See what these offices did to set themselves apart.
Four-Year (& Ten-Year) Rule Explained – We’ve all heard the phrase that it’s “better to ask for forgiveness than permission.” But did you know people also apply this to planning permission? This is why your Local Planning Authority (LPA) regularly monitors planning breaches and will enforce the necessary action if they find any. And this is when the four-year and ten-year rules come into play. These rules cover any breach of building or operations development which has not been challenged by enforcement action for a period of at least four years or ten years. Still have questions? We don’t blame you. So, join us as we explain what the four-year and ten-year rules are, and what happens should you receive an Enforcement Notice from your LPA.
Our new build office proposal in Brighton receives planning approval – We're very happy to announce our proposal for the erection of a three storey office building has been approved in Brighton.
Beginner’s Guide to Use Class Orders in England – If you’ve had any experience changing the use of a building or piece of land, then Use Classes Orders will definitely be something you’ve heard of. Wrapping your head around the concept can be difficult at first thanks to the needlessly complicated way the government chooses to explain it. So, to save you a headache, we lay out what exactly it all means. But first, let’s clear up exactly what these terms mean.