Home Building & Renovating Show, Excel Centre, London 2017

The Show this year was a good day out with some great displays of Products. Really like the 2d Wall Panels by Thre3Deco and the Sunvista 3 track sliding door.
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Detailed Design

The detailed design is normally done after Planning permission has been achieved.  The detailed design can cover things such as storage and lighting. In two recent Projects one client who had an electrical background liaised with the Builder during the construction phase and worked out the...
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Reviews

Is it right that a Company pays customers for good reviews about its work but goes out of its way to prevent negative reviews? Should a Company act impartially and transparently with the best interests of the Customer and public at the forefront of its Service? Are Good Ethics and good...
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The Economic Imperative versus Dwelling

During my client consultations I often get told that the clients want to maximise the value of their properties. On the face of it this seems like a sensible and prudent approach to designing their additions and extensions.  It is also something that I am more than happy to do for them.  The...
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Mediocre Architectural practices

Having worked within London and the south of England for over 15 years we have witnessed much mediocre architectural production by fellow ‘professionals’. Given that we are full members of the Royal Institute of British architects and the Architects Registration board we have a code...
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Design and Small Projects

  There is a phenomenon in London that has been going on for a few years now. We all know that property and property values are important in England simply because the values are so high and force us all (except the wealthy who inherit) to spend the majority of our lives working to pay our...
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