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Growth in The New Build Property Market

Did you know that in the last year new build house prices rose by an average of 3.68% per square metre across The UK? This is some incredibly positive news for both The UK housing market and the economy of the country too. It’s even better when we consider that Brexit is looming

It was […]

London is World’s Top City For Wealthy People

London has battled against Brexit-scaremongering to be crowned as the top spot for wealthy individuals to live in. Second on the list was New York, followed by Hong Kong, Singapore and Los Angeles.
“Despite the risks from Brexit – London will remain the leading global wealth centre in 2019” — Liam Bailey, Global Head of […]

Have You Heard of The Tiny House Movement?

“The tiny-house movement is an architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in small homes…there is no set definition as to what constitutes a tiny house. However, a residential structure under 500 square feet (46 square metres) is generally considered a tiny home”

For many years it’s been believed that bigger is better when […]

Struggling to sell your property? That’s Where Wynngate Could Come In

If you’re trying to sell your home, it can be incredibly frustrating if things don’t happen quickly, especially in the current property market.  After the initial exciting flurry of viewers and interest, things can go quiet and you may be left wondering and worrying about how long selling your home is going to take. This […]

New ‘Building Better, Building Beautiful’ Commission Announced

The UK’s Secretary for Housing, James Brokenshire, has recently launched a new commission to promote better design and style of new homes.

The ‘Building Better, Building Beautiful’ commission will work to expand on the recently revised National Planning Policy Framework and aims to “champion beauty in the built environment.”

Brokenshire recognises that more new homes are […]

Roof light door

UPDOOR Rooflight

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Designed for flat roofs, the stylish UPDOOR rooflight offers safe and smooth access to outside spaces, such as roof terraces or rooftops.

Its modern minimalist profile integrates seamlessly with the architecture of a building, while the large panes of glass ensure optimum levels of daylight into the space below. Plus, it can be used to […]

Panovscott rearranges Sydney cottage around central courtyard garden

 

Local architecture studio Panovscott has modernised a cottage in Sydney by introducing a courtyard that the living spaces and bedrooms all open directly onto.

The house, which was likely constructed in the 1980s, occupies a plot on a lane lined with a variety of small dwellings, garages and sheds, in a suburb of the Australian city.

Rather than increasing the dimensions of the compact […]

Premier Loft Ladder introduces the Italian Collection

Premier Loft Ladders have launched a carefully selected range of products encapsulating Italian innovation and design while benefiting from high standards of workmanship and the use of quality materials.

Italian manufacturer Rintal has over 40 years of experience in the industry and has become renowned for creating innovative products with a particular focus on design, technology […]

The Continuous line Acoustic Louvre System by Caice

Caice has introduced its new Continuous Line Acoustic Louvre System. With no visible vertical joints it is the preferred aesthetic solution for many Architects and Developers, as well as being the design solution for Acoustic Consultants.

Traditionally many projects requiring acoustic louvres comprised an architectural louvre in front of acoustic louvre so that the unsightly vertical […]

New Wall-top seating range from Furnitubes

Furnitubes has launched a new range of wall-top seating. Low level retaining walls are increasingly popular features in new landscape schemes, serving to deal with level changes across a site and often as containment for raised planting beds or grassed areas.

When designed at a suitable height, walls can also act as informal seating provision, but […]