Entries by kirsty

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Living in living space

We are excited to announce that we have a new development at Living Space Architects. Our talented work force has increased by another member who will bring something extra to the team…you guessed it – interiors! After 15 successful years of running LSA, our directors have decided to include interior design within the package we […]

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How to upgrade windows in historic buildings

Windows are often considered to be “The eyes of the building” and this phrase is even more true in the case of historical buildings. They create the character of the building and changing these when attempting to modernise historical buildings should be approached with care. Historic windows Throughout the early medieval period, the great majority […]

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Designing your house to keep cool this summer

Summer is just around the corner! If this summer is anything like last year, we’re guaranteed some hot weather and sunshine. There’s nothing worse than sitting in a boiling hot house when the weather is so great outside. Therefore, here are some design tips to consider when looking at designs for your new build to […]

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How will Brexit impact my build?

Unfortunately, the time has come for us to write an article about Brexit… The lingering shadow over the UK and the EU that seems to be taking longer than watching paint dry. Brexit is at the forefront of many people’s minds and there is a lot of uncertainty about what will happen in the future. […]

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The latest from Living Space Architects – 29/3/19

The team have had a great couple of weeks. They have been kept very busy with lot’s of work in the pipeline! Contemporary Barn Conversion in West Hill We have been working on creating some fantastic images for a contemporary barn conversion in West Hill. In the image you can see we are trying to […]

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Latest news from Living Space Architects 01/03/2019

We are extremely excited to announce that we will be working on a new project with the Salvation Army in Exeter! A brief history of the building and the Salvation Army The Salvation army was set up in 1865 by William Booth. William Booth was an evangelist who wanted to offer practical help to the […]

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Why we use BIM and why it’s great news for you!

What is BIM? BIM stands for Building Information Modelling. It is a broad term that describes creating and managing digital information about a building. Essentially, it’s the way in which architects now design buildings. It’s purpose is to have all the information about a project in one place, in order to allow better decisions to […]