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Office Renovation In 2020

As we approach the end of the year, we reflect on our personal and professional progression throughout the year and also begin to plan for... More »

Architectural Design Brief - Finding The Right Architect

"You need to spend this time to be sure that the architect really understands your intentions and vice versa so that you are able to... More »

For Professionals | UK Architectural Competitions & Open Opportunities - [Regularly Updated]

We have compiled a list of current architectural competitions and open opportunities for projects in the United Kingdom. This list will be regularly updated, so... More »

Design Inspiration - Most Beautiful Offices - Micro, Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large

Most of us spend eight hours and more in an office each day. Spending a third of our time in an office environment, have you... More »

Questions to Ask Yourself Before A Renovation

Before starting any renovation projects, whether it is renovating an office, a home, or your new coffee shop venture, there are a number of questions... More »

What To Prepare Before An Installation? Pre-Installation Checklist

The days and weeks leading up to an installation is crucial to make sure a project is handled smoothly and on time. Below is a... More »

Renovating Your Office? Top 10 Dos and Don’ts of Office Fit-Out

1. Do Think About Integrating Flexibility For Expansion Think about your company's short and long term plans. If you are dealing with a long term... More »

For Professionals | Defining Scope of Services

With the start of any built project, as an architect, the key is to understand the client’s aspiration. This is important to thoroughly understand what... More »

Architect or Designer - Who should you work with?

If you are reading this, you are probably wondering whether you should hire a design professional to work on your project. More specifically, should you... More »

Architect as A Client: The Homes Architects Build for Themselves

The home is a personal and private space. There is no one but the home’s occupants that determine how it should be used, and for... More »