Circumstances change. Whether you need more space for a baby, an office or a snooker table, you’ve realised your current home simply won’t be large enough for your future needs. Moving to a new house is very costly, time-consuming and disruptive, and you love your current home. Why move when you
Alongside long-established honours and awards, a new form of public recognition has emerged in this internet age – the ‘Google Doodle’. We all enjoy the quirky illustrations that sometimes appear on the search engine’s home page. On May 31 this year, the Google Doodle honoured architect Dame
It's the little things...
This week we're moving onto a new topic, which is how you can improve your home in little ways, but ones that will in fact make it a much nicer place to be! This idea came about as once again I was gathering up pairs of shoes from what seemed like every single room in t
The term ‘Modernist’ Architecture, as we wrote in our blog post of March 7 this year, is now truly misleading. By the end of the 20th century, modernism had largely fallen out of popularity in the UK. Ironically, therefore, modernism was sliding into history (although the movement undoubtedly