Entries by kirsty

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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 […]

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Wellbeing and Heritage

The intriguing link between wellbeing and heritage “Directly or indirectly, well-being, in some shape or other…is the subject of every thought, and object of every action, on the part of every known Being…nor can any intelligible reason be given for desiring that it should be otherwise.” – Jeremy Bentham, Chrestomathia (1817) We specialise in bringing […]

Latest news from Living Space Architects 06/02/2019

1. Planning submitted for Grade II listed ‘Red House’ apartment We are excited to have  submitted planning permission for a Grade II listed ground floor apartment on Topsham Road that is part of the larger three storey house ‘Red House’. Situated close to Wyvern Barracks, this house was possibly once Officers accommodation, and its well-preserved […]