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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Petersfield Neighbourhood Plan

Snug Architects are delighted to be working with the Petersfield Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, the South Downs National Park Authority and residents of Petersfield to prepare a spatial vision for the future of the town. This is a significant moment in the process where spatial objectives for the next 20 years will be established. Petersfield’s […]

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WOW, The Hermitage is looking great

It was great to revisit our recently completed ‘Hermitage House’. The house is located in Conservation Countryside, in the South Downs National Park and in the grounds of a Listed Building. Getting planning permission for this uber contemporary home was a great moment. Here are a selection of recent photographs.

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The Futures of Capitalism City Walks

Snug Architects director, Paul Bulkeley, launched the first event of Futures of Capitalism last night. The City Walks event was the first in a year-long series of events, sponsored by Winchester Cathedral, the University of Winchester and Winchester Business Improvement District, culminating in a major conference in April 2014. The series, conceived in the wake of […]

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Another beautiful extension nears completion

Our beautifully sleek extension to a detached Edwardian property in the Winchester Conservation Area is nearing completion. The full width glazing creates a garden room that opens views to the rear garden and beyond. @FinelineAl windows sit under a zinc roof creating a simple and refined aesthetic that complements the refurbishment of the period property. […]

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Voting for Britain’s Future Home closes tonight

If you haven’t already cast your vote for the 6 shortlisted entries for the Sunday Times Britain’s Future Home Awards, take a look at You can see more about our design on the blog under ‘awards’.

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‘Snug Projects’ becomes ‘Snug Architects’

  Snug Projects Ltd has changed its name to Snug Architects Ltd. The name more fully reflects our core business and ‘does what is says on the tin’. We are architects and felt it was time to more explicitly celebrate our professional status as an RIBA Chartered Practice.

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