Residential potential for Exeter’s business district?

December 8, 2017/by kirsty

How can houses be designed for multigenerational living?

November 24, 2017/by kirsty

Big things expected from Living Space Architects after completing ‘BIM’ training

This week, two of our architects attended a three day 'Building…
November 17, 2017/by kirsty

Extending a small family home with simple techniques and impressive results

This project is the perfect example of a house that really has…
November 8, 2017/by kirsty

Design Award from Devon Historic Buildings Trust

October 20, 2017/by kirsty

Thinking about altering or extending a listed building? Read this first!

If you’re lucky enough to own a listed building, it’s likely…
August 30, 2017/by kirsty

Feeling the chill? How we went about insulating a heritage home

One thing about beautiful, historic houses is that they can often…
July 12, 2017/by stuart

Western Morning News: A Labour of Love

July 8, 2017/by kirsty

Apprentice Awards 2017

June 28, 2017/by kirsty

An English take on a German design: Stoke Poges

Our client came to us with the brief of creating a house with…
April 30, 2017/by stuart

Restoration of Listed Medieval Hall House, Dartmoor

Today saw the completion of one of our favourite ever projects…
February 2, 2017/by kirsty

LABC Awards

January 5, 2017/by kirsty

Homebuilding & Renovating – Highly Commended: Most Inspiring Home

November 30, 2016/by kirsty

Grand Designs: Country Curves

June 30, 2016/by kirsty

Architects in Residence at The Maynard School Exeter

June 27, 2016/by kirsty

Designing Homes For An Ageing Generation

Life expectancy among Britons is increasing exponentially…
November 20, 2015/by Laura Mak

Could Garden Cities be the solution to the UK Housing Crisis?

Does the UK’s Housing Crisis ever seem to slow?
The UK's…
November 4, 2015/by stuart

Great Expectations- Building healthy communities and homes for our ageing society

The Living Space Architects team recently attended the Housing…
October 26, 2015/by stuart

Policy changes to accessible housing standards across England ‘optional’

Important policy changes to accessible housing standards across…
October 2, 2015/by kirsty

Inspiration from abroad: examples of the Spanish approach to homes for the elderly

When thinking of creative new ideas and designs, we often draw…
July 11, 2015/by stuart

Published in Real Homes Magazine

Our beautiful house extension and refurbishment project in Grey…
June 15, 2015/by stuart

How to find a new development opportunity

Decided to take on a property development opportunity? We…
April 2, 2015/by stuart

Basic principles for extending listed buildings

Clients often come to us asking how they might achieve an…
March 26, 2015/by kirsty

Creating a Dementia friendly home

Why is designing homes for people with dementia important?

“Getting…
February 18, 2015/by kirsty

Study of 3 Care Homes in Switzerland

We are interested in these examples in Switzerland of housing…
February 11, 2015/by stuart

Designing for Disabilities – a personal view

It is a difficult day when you suddenly realise your parents…
February 5, 2015/by kirsty

The Consultation Process: Let’s talk, let’s draw!

Our 4 hour consultation is a fantastic way to kickstart your…
February 5, 2015/by stuart

Funky Bungalows : the contemporary features

We are developing a renewed fondness for the single storey dwelling…
February 3, 2015/by stuart

What do the over 60s look for in a new build?

The number of over 60s living in the UK is continuing to rise.…
February 2, 2015/by kirsty

Biodiveristy – Hindrance or Opportunity?

Yesterday evening we attended an eye opening masterclass about…
October 1, 2014/by stuart