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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Re-imagining retirement living

  We really enjoyed this talk by Roger Black from PegasusLife. http://archiboo.com/event/creative-director-of-pegasus-on-designing-for-the-baby-boom-generation/ His emphasis on ending life well is inspiring and beautifully captured in a simple and compelling graph that depicts the increased quality of life offered by an emphasis on improving the experience offered by retirement homes.   It is an approach that re-imagines […]

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Barton Farm is submitted for planning

  We are pleased to announce that our proposals for the Barton Farm site in Winchester, on behalf of Bargate Homes, has now been submitted for planning permission. This is the first scheme to test the Barton Farm Design Code. The proposal for 17 houses and flats has been carefully developed in line with the […]

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Work smarter not longer

  This weeks the Architects Journal featured an article on the long hours that architects are working and how infrequently they get paid for these hours. Long hours has always been a sort of badge of honour for architects. It begins at college when the ‘all nighter’ is actively celebrated. Everyone else calls it what […]

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