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Grade II-listed family home in Holland Park

Completed this family home. A smart, early Victorian, handsome townhouse project in Holland Park, London. It’s simple and effective, a classic Ivy Ngeow design in wit and style. #womeninarchitecture #listedbuilding #architecture #interiordesign #gradeii #london #design #culturesandcommunities #blogger #remodelling #professionalwomen #author #completedproject

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When You Don’t Need Planning

Extensions An addition or extension to your house is generally considered to be permitted development. Different rules apply to flats and maisonettes, which if you are extending, you will require PP.  If your house is in Conservation Area or is a listed building, chances are there may be restrictions specific to your area or property, …

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How to Convince Your Client Your Design is the Best (or at least better than theirs by MILES) in 9 rock solid moves

One of the most jittery and crushing facts about a profession in design and architecture is that architecture and design are subjective. Not very subjective, a bit subjective, which is why it is hard. It would be so much better if they were very subjective, or subject to wild fantasies with no rules. But they are not. Both …

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Museum of Architecture Gingerbread City on 2018 New Year’s Eve

Museum of Architecture is a charity that helps the public engage with architecture and architects. It also supports architects to be more entrepreneurial, collaborative and informed on design for places and people through cultural projects like The Gingerbread City Masterplan – Imagining Cities of the Future. Cities should be inclusive, sustainable, healthy and easy to …