Using Virtual Reality at Living Space

At living space architects, we offer our clients the opportunity…
August 10, 2020/by stuart

Class Q Barn Conversions

Class Q legislation provides a means of increasing the value…
July 17, 2020/by stuart

The greenest building is the one that already exists

We were heartened by the campaign launched recently by the…
March 8, 2020/by kirsty

Creating good design in Exeter: a collaboration

Last week our director, Kirsty Curnow-Bayley, ran an event at…
February 6, 2020/by kirsty

Making historic buildings energy efficient – Heating and Insulation

Old v. New Heating Strategies
Older buildings were constructed…
October 1, 2019/by kirsty

Heritage project win following appeal: Upton Hellions, Mid Devon

Our proposals for work on a barn on the site of a Grade II*…
September 17, 2019/by kirsty

Addressing Sustainability in Old Buildings

Incorporating environmental and sustainability measures into…
August 16, 2019/by kirsty

The Economics of Building

"How much is my build going to cost?" - an extremely common…
August 9, 2019/by kirsty

Finished and flourishing: our barn conversion in Chagford

We are thrilled with the bright, characterful and attractive…
August 7, 2019/by kirsty

Two are better than one: the curious case of Class Q

We have recently gained Class Q approval for the proposed conversion…
August 5, 2019/by kirsty

Making Historic Buildings Energy Efficient – Combating Mould

Mould - many home-owner's worst nightmare. We hope that this…
July 31, 2019/by kirsty

Hooray for Southernhay!

We love being involved in local projects - especially when they're…
July 22, 2019/by kirsty

Transforming a building which transforms lives…

Since our last post on the Salvation Army, the project has…
July 18, 2019/by kirsty

Restoring Historic Buildings – Conservation Philosophy

We believe that when restoring historic buildings, it is extremely…
July 16, 2019/by kirsty

Making Historic Buildings Energy Efficient – Roofs

The roof of a historic building is one of it's most striking…
June 28, 2019/by kirsty

Living in living space

We are excited to announce that we have a new development at…
May 22, 2019/by kirsty

How to upgrade windows in historic buildings

Windows are often considered to be "The eyes of the building"…
May 8, 2019/by kirsty

Designing your house to keep cool this summer

Summer is just around the corner! If this summer is anything…
April 17, 2019/by kirsty

How will Brexit impact my build?

Unfortunately, the time has come for us to write an article…
March 30, 2019/by kirsty

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

The team have had a great couple of weeks. They have been kept…
March 29, 2019/by kirsty

Our Community Projects

March 22, 2019/by kirsty

How to get permission to build your dream home in the countryside

March 8, 2019/by kirsty

Latest news from Living Space Architects 01/03/2019

We are extremely excited to announce that we will be working…
March 1, 2019/by kirsty

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

What is BIM?
BIM stands for Building Information Modelling.…
February 27, 2019/by kirsty

Our Design Process

If you want to find out more detail about our design process,…
February 22, 2019/by kirsty

Wellbeing and Heritage

The intriguing link between wellbeing and heritage
February 15, 2019/by kirsty

Latest news from Living Space Architects 06/02/2019

1. Planning submitted for Grade II listed 'Red House' apartment
February 6, 2019/by kirsty

How we obtain planning permission for an extension to a listed building

January 31, 2019/by kirsty

What are the benefits of using 3D scanning and point cloud integration in architectural work?

A point cloud is a set of data points in space. Point clouds are…
January 31, 2019/by kirsty

Living Space and the HAPPI report: rural housing for an ageing population

May 2, 2018/by kirsty