Almost a decade ago Brian Sullivan, librarian at Alfred University wrote that ‘the academic library has died’ responding to a rather bleak report on the future of libraries. In the years since, far from becoming obsolete though, academic libraries are today some of the most evolutionary buildings.

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We’re excited to share news that our residential project Cavenham barn has received planning permission. This private commission involved stitching a new four bedroom home into a cluster of existing, retained brick farm buildings in a quiet village set deep in the Suffolk countryside.

Everyone seems to be talking about green issues; so much so that no one seems to be listening anymore, there’s simply noise surrounding the topic. We think that it’s important to remain vocal though.

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For our office trip this year we visited Helsinki in Finland. As well as enjoying the snow, visiting the Christmas Market and drinking lots of glögi, we managed to fit in some Finnish architectural delights.

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The Great British drizzle didn’t stop Steve Moore and his nimble construction team from assembling the Dorset House frame in a very impressive 11 days.

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Fit for King’s

Our project in Somerset House, a Grade I listed building is now complete. It involved the transformation of a dated office space into an academic common room for King’s College London.

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Over the last month we have been celebrating triumphs for our Hidden House. The latest saw a high commendation at the Evening Standard Home and Property Awards with a nod for outstanding architectural merit.

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Our regeneration of a prominent location on Borough High Street is at last operational as a new hotel.  The scheme comprises a 100-room hotel, three retail units and a gym for the students of King’s College London.

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